Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness

December 2002 • Volume 96Number 12



Orientation and Mobility

Changes in Biomechanical Features of the Two-point Touch Technique as It Is Learned —Robert S. Wall and Daniel H. Ashmead, print page edition 829


What Does the Future Hold? A Follow-up Study of Graduates of a Residential School Program—Nancy S. Oddo and Patricia L. Sitlington, print page edition 842

Practice Reports

The Role of Orientation and Mobility Instructors and Rehabilitation Teachers in Enhancing Employment Opportunities for Persons Who Are Visually Impaired—Jerry Miller, print page edition 852

A Software Tutorial for Learning the Nemeth Code of Braille Mathematics —Gaylen Kapperman and Jodi Sticken, print page edition 855


Editor’s Page, print page edition 827

Book Review

We Know Who We Are: A History of the Blind in Challenging Educational and Social Policies, reviewed by Deborah Kent, print page edition 858

From the Field, print page edition 860

News, print page edition 861

Calendar, print page edition 863

Classified, print page edition 867

Index, print page edition 869


Save the Dates

“Vision Loss in the 21st Century: Everybody's Business”

Beverly Hills, CA * February 19-22, 2003

The Symposium will address the impact and challenges of vision loss on society and will create an improved public understanding of blindness and vision loss.

Co-Sponsored by

American Foundation for the Blind


Foundation for the Junior Blind



Everybody's Business

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