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September-October 1995  Volume 89  Number 5

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Contents

Deaf-Blindness

Interactions of Communication Partners and Students Who Are Deaf-Blind: A Model

K. Wolff Heller, P.A. Alberto, J. Bowdin

Quality and Costs in a Residential Education Facility for People with Dual Sensory Impairments

E. Emerson, J. Cooper, C. Hatton

Orientation and Mobility

Accessibility and Mobility of Persons Who Are Visually Impaired: A Historical Analysis

B.B. Blasch, K.A. Stuckey

Safety Awareness for Crossing Streets with No Traffic Control

D. Sauerburger

Braille

Teaching Behaviors and Attitudes of Braille Instructors in Adult Rehabilitation Centers

P.E. Ponchillia, P.A. Durant

Relationship of the Blind Learning Aptitude Test to Braille Reading Skills

C.P. Baker, A.J. Koenig, V.M. Sowell

Language

The Use of Language in Simple Classification Tasks by Children Who Are Blind

N. Dimcovic, M.J. Tobin

DEPARTMENTS

Editor's Page

Point/Counterpoint

Research Notes

Random Access

Book Review

Article Abstracts in French, German, Japanese, & Spanish

Classified

NEWS SERVICE

IN THIS ISSUE

Comment

The Need for Specialized Services for Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired: A Personal Reflection

S. Wittenstein

Around the World

Management Update

A Consortium Effort: The American Foundation for the Blind Deaf-Blind Project

K.M. Huebner

Demographics Update

Product Evaluations

Access to Microsoft Windows for Persons with Low Vision: An Overview

Y. Shragai; M.M. Uslan

A Review of TeleSensory's Vista Screen-magnification System

Y. Shragai; M.M. Uslan

Washington Update

Budget Juggernaut Hits Blindness Programs

S. Marshall

Random Access

News

Calendar

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