Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness

July 2002 • Volume 96Number 7

Contents

ARTICLES

Aging

Experiences of Older Adults Who Stopped Driving Because of TheirVisual Impairments: Part 2—Anne L. Corn and L. Penny Rosenblum, print edition page 485

Orientation and Mobility

Biomechanical Movements in Experienced Cane Users With and Without Visual Impairments—Robert S. Wall and Daniel H. Ashmead, print edition page 501

Variables in the Touch Technique That Influence the Safety of Cane Walkers—Raoul M. Bongers, Roelof Schellingerhout, Roland van Grinsven, and Ad W. Smithsman, print edition page 516

Practice Report

Fostering Self-Help at a Distance for Adults with Visual Impairments—Susan D. Moisey and Don Golembiewski, print edition page 532

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor’s Page, print edition page 483

From the Field, print edition page 536

News, print edition page 541

Calendar, print edition page 542


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