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May 2009 • Volume 103 Number 5

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Macular Degeneration

Eccentric Viewing Training in the Home Environment: Can It Improve the Performance of Activities of Daily Living

Meri Vukicevic and Kerry Fitzmaurice


Emergent Literacy Supports for Students Who Are Deaf-Blind or Have Visual and Multiple Impairments: A Multiple-case Study

Amy R. McKenzie

Research Reports

Methods of Reading Information on Labels of Prescription Medications by Persons Who Are Visually Impaired

John M. McMahon and Amy Curtis

A Wheelchair User with Visual and Intellectual Disabilities Managing Simple Orientation Technology for Indoor Travel

Giulio E. Lancioni, Mark F. O'Reilly, Nirbhay N. Singh, Jeff Sigafoos, Francesca Campodonico, and Doretta Oliva


Editor's Page

Louis Braille Celebration

A Parent's Perspective on the Importance of Braille for Success

Mary Zabelski

Practice Perspectives

Traveling by Touch: How Useful are Tactile Maps?

Jane N. Erin

Design of a Map and Bus Guide to Teach Transferable Public Transit Skills

Cheryl Besden

Huseby Zoom Maps: A Design Methodology for Tactile Graphics

Lisa Yayla

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