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November 2001 • Volume 95 Number 11

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Development of Vision Rehabilitation Services for Older People Who Are Visually Impaired: A Historical Perspective—Alberta L. Orr and Priscilla Rogers, print edition page(s) 669


Australian Perspectives of the Use of the Internet by People Who Are Visually Impaired and Professionals Who Work with Them—Kirsty Williamson, Ann Albrecht, Don Schauder, and Amanda Bow, print edition page(s) 690

An Evaluation of the Functionality and Acceptability of the Voice Prescription Label—Joseph B. Englehardt, Randy Allnatt, Anthony Mariano, and Jian Gao, print edition page(s) 702


Editor's Page , print edition page(s) 659

Letters , print edition page(s) 661


Pedestrian Clearance Intervals at Modern Intersections:Implications for the Safety of Pedestrians Who Are Visually Impaired—Janet M. Barlow, Lukas Franck, Billie Louise Bentzen, and Dona Sauerburger, print edition page(s) 663

Book Review

On the Special Needs of Blind and Low Vision Seniors: Research and Practice Concepts—Reviewed by Judith L. Babcock, print edition page(s) 707

From the Field , print edition page(s) 708

News , print edition page(s) 712

Calendar , print edition page(s) 714

Classified , print edition page(s) 718


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