Blindness and Services to the Blind in the United States: A Report to the Subcommittee on Rehabilitation, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, Originally Presented, June 1968
OSTI Press, 1971 - Blind - 212 pages
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activities adults aged blind American Foundation analysis behavior benefits blind children blind persons blind population blindness agencies blindness system Braille centers characteristics clients cost counselor deaf-blind definition devices differentiated services disability Diseases economic eligible estimates Etiology evaluation example expenditures federal field fiscal function funds goals Guide Dog handicapped children handicapped persons income maintenance individual legally blind low vision major manpower ment mentally retarded mobility multiply handicapped number of blind objectives operation ophthalmologist organizations percent personnel potential prevalence private agencies problems professional projects provide services rehabilitation services rehabilitation system require residential schools role Section served Service Agency severely visually impaired sighted Snellen Chart Social Security specific staff subgroups talking books tion totally blind types Veterans Administration vision visual acuity visually impaired persons vocational rehabilitation Vocational Rehabilitation Act welfare workers