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July 2001 • Volume 95 Number 7

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Schools' Efforts to Involve Latino Families of Students with Visual Impairments—Madeline Milian, print edition page(s) 389


Functional Outcomes Reported by Consumers of the Independent Living Program for Older Individuals Who Are Blind—J. Elton Moore, J. Martin Giesen, James M. Weber, and John E. Crews, print edition page(s) 403

Early Intervention

Model Registry of Early Childhood Visual Impairment: First-Year Results—Deborah D. Hatton, print edition page(s) 418


Editor's Page , print edition page(s) 387

USABLE Data Report

Guide Dog Teams in the United States: Annual Number Trained and Active, 1993-1999—Ed Eames, Toni Eames, and Sara Diament, ;print edition page(s) 434

Book Review

Selective Attention in Low Acuity Vision: An Exploration —Reviewed by Amanda Hall Lueck, print edition page(s) 437

From the Field , print edition page(s) 440

News , print edition page(s) 445

Calendar , print edition page(s) 445

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