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July 2010 • Volume 104 Number 7

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Cognitive Ability as a Resource for Everyday Functioning Among Older Adults Who Are Visually Impaired

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Vera Heyl and Hans-Werner Wahl


Factors Related to the Employment of Visually Impaired Persons:A Systematic Literature Review

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Yvonne H. H. Goertz, Brigitte A. G. van Lierop, Inge Houkes, and Frans J. N. Nijhuis


The Treasure in Leisure Activities: Fostering Resilience in Young People Who Are Blind

Glenda M. Jessup, Elaine Cornell, and Anita C. Bundy

The Social Lives of Canadian Youths with Visual Impairments

Deborah Gold, Alexander Shaw, and Karen Wolffe


Editor's Page

Letter to the Editor

An Occupational Therapist's Response to an Article on Perception

Katherine Kindl

This Mattered to Me

"Teaching Strategies of the van Dijk Curricular Approach," by Stephanie Z. C. MacFarland

Recommended by Rosanne K. Silberman

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Teaching Strategies of the van Dijk Curricular Approach A classic article from 1995

by Stephanie Z. C. MacFarland

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