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JVIB: Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness

Año 2009. Número 103 (6)

Factors Affecting the Successful Employment of Transition-Age Youths with Visual Impairments
Michele Capella McDonnall and Adele Crudden
The following variables were found to be associated with employment for transition-age youths with visual impairments who are served by vocational rehabilitation agencies: work experience, academic competence, self-determination, use of assistive technology, and locus of control. Self-esteem and involvement with the counselor were not associated with employment in this study
Collaborative Outcome Measurement: Development of the Nationally Standardized Minimum Data Set
Barry C. Stephens, Corinne Kirchner, Alberta L. Orr, Dawn Suvino, and Priscilla Rogers
This article discusses the challenging process of developing a common data set for independent living programs serving older adults who are visually impaired. The three-year project, which included collaborative efforts among many stakeholders that encompass diverse program models, resulted in the development of the Internet-based Nationally Standardized Minimum Dataset
A Three-phase Qualitative Study of Dual-Certified Vision Education Professionals in the Southwestern United States
Nora Griffin-Shirley, Rona L. Pogrund, Derrick W. Smith, and Lee Duemer
The purpose of this qualitative study was to develop a comprehensive understanding of the roles and responsibilities of vision education professionals who are dual-certified as teachers of students with visual impairments and orientation and mobility specialists. Through three phases, the study combined interviews and observations of the vision professionals with interviews with their administrators
The Need for a Uniform Method of Recording and Reporting Functional Vision Assessments
Rona Shaw, Joanne Russotti, Judy Strauss-Schwartz, Helen Vail, and Ronda Kahn
Orientation and Mobility with Persons Who Are Deaf-Blind: An Initial Examination of Single-Subject Design Research
Amy T. Parker
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