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JVIB: Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness

Año 2007. Número 101 (12)

Divergent Development of Verbal Skills in Children Who Are Blind or Sighted
Michael Brambring pp 749-762
Abstract: This empirical study compared the average ages at which four children with congenital blindness acquired 29 verbal skills with given age norms for sighted children. The results indicated only small developmental delays in the acquisition of verbal skills in the four children, but a high degree of variability in developmental delays within and across nine categories of verbal skills
Project Magnify: Increasing Reading Skills in Students with Low Vision
Jeanie Farmer and Stephen E. Morse pp 763-768
Helping Three Persons with Multiple Disabilities Acquire Independent Dressing Through Assistive Technology--print edition pp 768-773
Giulio E. Lancioni; Mark F. O'Reilly; Nirbhay N. Singh; Jeff Sigafoos; Doretta Oliva; Francesca Campodonico, and Jop Groeneweg
On the Future of the Field of Education of Students with Visual Impairments

Anne L. Corn pp 741-743
A Profession with Pride and Dignity: From Where I Stand Now
Phil Hatlen pp 743-745
Reflections on the Career of a Vision Rehabilitation Therapist: 1975-2007
Paul E. Ponchillia pp 745-748
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