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IMPAIRMENT& BLINDNESS
  
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May 2000 • Volume 94 Number 5

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Special Issue on Outcomes

Contents

ARTICLES

Education

The Missouri School for the Blind: A Model of Quality for School Improvement—Yvonne Simmons Howze, print edition page(s) 261

Council of Schools for the Blind Learning Outcomes Project—Eugene McMahon, print edition page(s) 267

Employment

Vocational Outcomes of Sensory Impaired Graduates of an Adult Vocational Training Program—Robert J. Beadles, Jr., Randall S. McDaniel, and Stacy Waters, print edition page(s) 275

Veterans Administration

A National Outcomes Assessment of the Rehabilitation of Adults with Visual Impairments—William R. De l'Aune, Richard L. Welsh, and Michael D. Williams, print edition page(s) 281

Creating Measures of Rehabilitation Outcomes for People Who Are Visually Impaired: The FIMBA Project—Richard G. Long, John E. Crews, and Rickilyn Mancil, print edition page(s) 292

Developing Geriatric Training Outcome Assessments in Vision Rehabilitation—Judith L. Babcock, Gregory L. Goodrich, Daniel N. Head, and James A. Boyless, print edition page(s) 307

International Perspectives

Measuring Rehabilitation Outcomes for Visually Impaired Persons in New Zealand—Steven J. La Grow, print edition page(s) 322

Aging

Measuring Psychosocial and Functional Outcomes of a Group Model of Vision Rehabilitation Services for Older Adults—Amy Horowitz, Robin Leonard, and Joann P. Reinhardt, print edition page(s) 328

Research Notes

Using Existing Databases to Evaluate Rehabilitation Outcomes of Older Persons Who Are Visually Impaired—Priscilla Rogers, Bruce Menchetti, and Shu-Chuan Lai, print edition page(s) 338

Daily Use of Computerized Case Sheets—Peter Lebech, print edition page(s) 342

NEWS AND FEATURES

Guest Editorial , print edition page(s) 259

From the Field , print edition page(s) ;346

News , print edition page(s) 348

Calendar , print edition page(s) 348

Classified , print edition page(s) 352

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