The Development of Accepted Performance Items to Demonstrate Braille Competence in the Nemeth Code for Mathematics and Science Notation
Derrick Smith and L. Penny Rosenblum
A Field Study of a Standardized Tangible Symbol System for Learners Who Are Visually Impaired and Have Multiple Disabilities
Ellen Trief, Paul W. Cascella, and Susan M. Bruce
Comparing Fears in South African Children With and Without Visual Impairments
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Lisa Visagie, Helene Loxton, Thomas H. Ollendick, and Henry Steel
Physical and Psychological Health in Persons with Deafblindness That Is Due to Usher Syndrome Type II
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Moa Wahlqvist, Claes Möller, Kerstin Möller, and Berth Danermark
The use of Final-letter Braille Contractions: A Case Study
Emily M. Tallon and Tina S. Herzberg
Sex Education Instruction for Students Who Are Visually Impaired: Recommendations to Guide Practitioners
Gaylen Kapperman and Stacy M. Kelly
The Use of an iPad2 as a Leisure Activity for a Student with Multiple Disabilities
Dawn H. Helps and Tina S. Herzberg
How Early Intervention Services Became Available in South Florida: A Story for the Silver Screen?
Jane N. Erin
Blind Babies Play Program: A Model for Affordable, Sustainable Early Childhood Literacy Intervention through Play and Socialization
Virginia A. Jacko, Roxann Mayros, Carol Brady-Simmons, Isabel Chica, and J. Elton Moore
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Unified English Braille: The Future of Braille in the United States
Frances Mary D'Andrea
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