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November-December 2015  Volume 109  Number 6

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Special Issue on Critical Issues Contents



Initial Validation Study for a Scale Used to Determine Service Intensity for Itinerant Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments

Rona L. Pogrund, Shannon Darst, and Michael P. Munro

Orientation and Mobility

Transportation: An Electronic Survey of Persons Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

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Adele Crudden, Michele Capella McDonnall, and Anne Hierholzer

Transportation Issues: Perspectives of Orientation and Mobility Providers

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Adele Crudden


Learning What Works in Sensory Disabilities: Establishing Causal Inference

John B. Cooney, John Young III, John L. Luckner, and Kay Alicyn Ferrell


The Relationship between Loneliness and Perceived Quality of Life among Older Persons with Visual Impairments

Steven J. La Grow, Andy Towers, Polly Yeung, Fiona Alpass, and Christine Stephens

Practice Perspectives

Building a Winning Team Through Collaboration

Jane N. Erin

Expanding the Frontiers of Orientation and Mobility for Infants and Toddlers in New Mexico and Utah

Hong Phangia Dewald, Cindy Faris, Karen S. Borg, Julie Maner, Loreta Martinez-Cargo, and Mark Carter

Practice Report

Screening for Amblyogenic Factors in a Rural State: Implementing a Statewide Childhood Vision Project

Joshua J. Kemp, Laura Lea Marquardt Westlake, Rebecca D. Christensen, and William E. MacLean


Guest Editor's Page


Moving Forward with Unified English Braille in the United States

Frances Mary D'Andrea

Description of Unified English Braille Implementation in Canada

Christopher Marshall and M. Cay Holbrook

Book Review

Reading Connections: Strategies for Teaching Students with Visual Impairments, by Cheryl Kamei-Hannan and Leila Ansari Ricci

Reviewed by Carol Farrenkopf


News From the Field


JVIB thanks Kay Alicyn Ferrell, professor emerita of special education, School of Special Education, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, for her scholarship and commitment as guest editors of this special issue on critical issues.

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