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November-December 2013 • Volume 107 Number 6

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Special Issue on Transition and Employment Contents


A Quantitative Analysis of the Work Experiences of Adults with Visual Impairments in Nigeria

Karen E. Wolffe, Paul M. Ajuwon, and Stacy M. Kelly

Working with Visual Impairment in Nigeria: A Qualitative Look at Employment Status

Karen E. Wolffe, Paul M. Ajuwon, and Stacy M. Kelly

Agency Decision-Making Control and Employment Outcomes by Vocational Rehabilitation Consumers Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

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Bernard A. Steinman, Ngai Kwan, Heike Boeltzig-Brown, Kelly Haines, John Halliday, and Susan M. Foley

Disability Insurance Beneficiaries with Visual Impairments in Vocational Rehabilitation: Socio-demographic Influences on Employment

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J. Martin Giesen and Brenda S. Cavenaugh

Predictors of Employment Outcomes for People with Visual Impairment in Taiwan: The Contribution of Disability Employment Services

Yuh Jang, Yun-Tung Wang, Meng-Hsiu Lin, and Kevin J. Shih

Development and Adaptation of an Employment-Integration Program for People Who Are Visually Impaired in Quebec, Canada

Walter Wittich, Donald H. Watanabe, Lizabeth Scully, and Martin Bergevin

Social Skills for Youths with Visual Impairments: A Meta-Analysis

Kathryn D. Botsford

Research Report

Labor Force Participation Rates among Working-Age Individuals with Visual Impairments

Stacy M. Kelly

Practice Report

Maine's Employability Skills Program

John M. McMahon, Karen E. Wolffe, Judy Wolfe, and Carrie Brooker

Practice Perspectives

Working Toward Employment: Preparing for Tomorrow and Beyond

Jane N. Erin

Activities to Encourage Employability Skills in Middle Childhood

Natalie Kaine and Rebecca Kent

A Team Approach for the Transition to Middle School and Beyond for a Young Man Who Is Deafblind and Gifted

Craig L. Phillips, Jeri L. Hile, and Traci L. Jardes


Guest Editor's Page


Improved Transition Outcomes for Students with Visual Impairments Through Interagency Collaboration

Laura Brown, Sheryl Brown, and Sue Glaser

Survey Reveals Myths and Misconceptions Abundant Among Hiring Managers About the Capabilities of People Who Are Visually Impaired

Kevin A. Lynch

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JVIB thanks Karen E. Wolffe, Ph.D., CRC, consultant, Career Counseling and Consultation, for her scholarship and commitment as guest editor of this special issue on Transition and Employment.

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