Description of JVIB May-June 2018, Vol. 112, No. 3
The May-June 2018 issue covers topics relating to the lifespan of individuals with visual impairments and begins with a literature review on the foundational concepts of early intervention. The next article features a study into the shifting demographics of intercountry adoption of children with visual impairments. Research into the effect of classroom clutter on the performance of students with cerebral visual impairment (CVI) yields some surprising findings. A unique app-based study from Australia delves into the minds of adolescents with visual impairments and whether they ""fit in"" or ""feel excluded."" Another article details the experiences of participants of a mentoring program for college students with visual impairments. Among the many practice items in this issue, a Practice Perspective features a program description that explains how two agencies used training to expand vision rehabilitation services for seniors.
In addition to research, practice, and features, this issue of JVIB also includes several CE opportunities for individuals needing to recertify with the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP).