Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness

November 2004 • Volume 98Number 11

Contents

Articles

Rehabilitation

The Effectiveness of Comprehensive Low Vision Services for Older Persons with Visual Impairments in New Zealand—Steven J. La Grow, print edition page 679

Pediatrics

Characteristics of Children Evaluated at a Pediatric Low Vision Clinic: 1981–2003—Mark E. Wilkinson and Carole S. Trantham, print edition page 693

Practice Reports

Development and Implementation of a Curriculum to Develop Social Competence for Students with Visual Impairments in Germany—Elke Wagner, print edition page 703

Resources for Adapting Low Vision Training Materials for the Adult with Low Literacy Skills—Laurel A. Tucker, print edition page 710

Low Vision Rehabilitation of Retinitis Pigmentosa—John Rundquist, print edition page 718

News & Features

Editor’s Page, print edition page 675

Speaker’s Corner

Is Social Isolation a Predictable Outcome of Inclusive Education?—Phil Hatlen , print edition page 676

Book Review

The Radical Lives of Helen Keller—Reviewed by Kathleen M. Huebner, print edition page 725

From the Field, print edition page 727

News, print edition page 730

Calendar, print edition page 731

Classified, print edition page 736


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