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June 2011 • Volume 105 Number 6

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Instruction in Areas of the Expanded Core Curriculum Linked to Transition Outcomes for Students with Visual Impairments

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Karen Wolffe and Stacy M. Kelly


Evaluating the Empowered Curriculum for Adolescents with Visual Impairments

Darren S. Levin and Erin Rotheram-Fuller


The Impact of Visual Disability on the Quality of Life of Older Persons in Rural Northeast Thailand

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Steven La Grow, Supaporn Sudnongbua, and Julie Boddy


Movement Kinematics of the Braille-reading Finger

Barry Hughes


Editor's Page

Autism Focus

Commentary on Providing Services to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Shirley Cohen

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Visual Impairment Are Here to Stay: Using an Expanded Core Curriculum to Implement a Comprehensive Program of Instruction

Marilyn H. Gense and D. Jay Gense

Optic Nerve Hypoplasia and Autism: Common Features of Spectrum Diseases

Cassandra Fink and Mark Borchert

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