Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness

January 2003 • Volume 97Number 1

Contents

ARTICLES

Low Vision

Development of a Standardized Instrument to Assess the Performance of Computer Tasks by Students with Low Vision—Claude Vincent, Claire Dumont, Danièle Bouchard, and Françoise Lespérance, print page edition 5

Posture

Sensorial Afferents, Expectations, and Craniocervical Postural Relations in Adults Who Are Blind and Sighted—Chiarella Sforza, Luca Eid, Giovanni Michielon, Nicola Fragnito, and Virgilio F. Ferrario, print page edition 17

Sleep Problems

Behavioral Treatment of Sleep Problems in a Child with a Visual Impairment—Mathijs P. J. Vervloed, Evelien Hoevenaars, and Anneke Maas, print page edition 28

Research Report

Interdisciplinary Collaboration in the Choice of an Adapted Mobility Device for a Child with Cerebral Palsy and Visual Impairment—Allan Glanzman and Walter Ducret, print page edition 38

Practice Report

Using Program Evaluation to Improve Service Delivery for Older Individuals Who Are Blind—J. Elton Moore, print page edition 42

NEWS AND FEATURES

Editor’s Page, print page edition 3

From the Field, print page edition 47

News, print page edition 52

Calendar, print page edition 56

Classified, print page edition 63

AER-Waves, print page edition 64

A National Initiative to Promote Recruitment and Preparation of Personnel—Mark Richert


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