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JVIB: Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness


Año 2009. Número 103 (1)

Development and Psychometric Properties of a Standardized Assessment for Adults Who Are Deaf-Blind
Dawn M. Dalby, John P. Hirdes, Paul Stolee, J. Graham Strong, Jeff Poss, Erin Y. Tjam, Lindsay Bowman, and Melody Ashworth
The internal consistency and validity of the interRAI Community Health Assessment and Deafblind Supplement were tested with 182 persons with deaf-blindness. All subscales demonstrated good to excellent internal consistency, and expected associations provided evidence of convergent validity. This instrument can facilitate standardized service planning for persons with deaf-blindness
Physical Activity, Body Composition, and Perceived Quality of Life of Adults with Visual Impairments
Elizabeth A. Holbrook, Jennifer L. Caputo, Tara L. Perry, Dana K. Fuller, and Don W. Morgan
Relatively little is known about the health and fitness of adults with visual impairments. This article documents the physical activity levels and body-composition profiles of young and middle-aged adults with visual impairments and addresses the concomitant effects of these factors on perceived quality of life
Teaching Adults to Read Braille Using Phonological Methods: Single-Case Studies
Shauna Crawford and Robert T. Elliott
Four women with visual impairments were taught 13 braille letters as phonemes and another 13 braille letters as graphemes and then were taught 10 braille words as onset-rime and another 10 braille words as whole words. Phoneme and onset-rime instruction resulted in faster and more accurate performance
Aligning State Standards and the Expanded Core Curriculum: Balancing the Impact of the No Child Left Behind Act
Keri L. Lohmeier
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