Dimensions: Visually Impaired Persons With Multiple Disabilities
Jane N. Erin
American Foundation for the Blind Press, 1989 - Medical - 107 pages
Twenty-one articles from the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness present a wide range of approaches for working with persons with multiple disabilities. Topics include assessment techniques, orientation and mobility for the deaf-blind child, functional vision stimulation studies, and reports on group homes.
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The Rehabilitation Process for Persons Who Are Deaf and Blind
Functional Vision Screening for Severely Handicapped Children
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