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Living with Impaired Vision: An Introduction

by Anne Yeadon Dava Grayson

Blind and visually impaired people: active, concerned about their jobs, their families, their communities, obtaining a good education, discovering interesting ways to use their leisure time, and above all, as different from one another as any other group of people who happen to have one characteristic in common. Today there are visually impaired people in every major area of employment from professional occupations to technical and clerical work. There are blind lawyers and college professors and insurance salesmen and social workers, blind typists and switchboard operators, auto mechanics and chemical engineers.

Rehabilitation Teaching For Persons Experiencing Vision Loss

by Wilma Inkster Linda Newman Diane Storm-Weiss Anne Yeadon

This textbook intended for Rehab. Professionals outlines in sequential steps and objectives tasks of daily living and Independent completion of tasks from cooking and kitchen safety, to clothing care, to applying cosmetics.

Toward Independence: The Use of Instructional Objective in Teaching Daily Living Skills to the Blind

by Anne Yeadon

This book is an introduction to the use of instructional objectives in the teaching of severely visually impaired persons. While it happens to use a daily living skills course as an example of how a teacher might develop a course around this educational method, it is not a daily living skills teaching manual. A creative teacher should be able to adapt the approach as described in Toward Independence to many other subjects.

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