Description of March-April 2018, Vol. 112, No. 2
The March-April 2018 issue begins with an analysis of a survey of drivers with low vision, and the article provides information on how their behaviors affect employment, activities, and other aspects of their lives. Two articles on access report on the development of a tactile map for a university campus environment and explores the utility of providing description of visual mathematics content for students with visual impairments. Other articles discuss the development of a mobility-related quality-of-life measure and the importance of providing functional vision screenings to older adults who reside in nursing homes. Two Research Reports discuss factors associated with hiring decisions, provide an analysis of orientation and mobility variables from a national study, and a Practice Report focuses on prim relocation for individuals with central scotomas. Finally, a book review of the second edition of Christine Roman-Lantzy's Cortical Visual Impairment: An Approach to Assessment and Intervention completes the issue.