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Non-Fiction Diabetes, Vision Impairment, and Blindness Allene R. Van Son
Teens, Children and Disabilities Sex Education for the Visually Handicapped American Foundation for the Blind
Non-Fiction Visual Impairment: An Overview Bailey, Ian L. and Hall, Amanda
Teens, Children and Disabilities Adjustment to Visual Disability in Adolescence Cowen, Emory L. and Underberg, Rita P. and Verrillo, Ronald T. and Benham, Frank G.
Non-Fiction Low Vision: Reflections of the Past, Issues for the Future Erin, Jane N. and Bishop, Virginia E. and Corn, Anne
General Career Advice The Future of Work for Disabled People: Employment and the New Technology Morris, Ian and Leontief, Wassily and Oi, Walter Y. and Gallagher, William F. and Tausky, Curt and Kainen, Timm and Scadden, Lawrence A. and Dennis, William J. and Chamot, Dennis and Smith, Jesse M. and Bloch, Erich and Coates, Joseph F.
Teens, Children and Disabilities Retrolental Fibroplasia and Autistic Symptomatology: An Investigation into Some Relationships Among Neonatal, Environmental, Developmental and Affective Variables in Blind Prematures Chase, Joan B.
Non-Fiction A Psychiatrist Works with Blindness Cholden, Louis S.
Non-Fiction Foundations of Low Vision: Clinical and Functional Perspectives Koenig, Alan J. and Corn, Anne L.
Non-Fiction The Blind in School and Society: A Psychological Study Cutsforth, Thomas D.
General Academic Skills Instructional Strategies for Braille Literacy Wormsley, Diane P. and D'Andrea, Frances M.
Non-Fiction Manual for the Stanford Multi Modality Imagery Test Dauterman, William L.
Non-Fiction Report on Needs Assessment Methodology Delaney, Anne Marie and Nuttall, Ronald L.
Teens, Children and Disabilities Building Blocks: Foundations for Learning for Young Blind and Visually Impaired Children Dominguez, Joe and Dominguez, Betty
Non-Fiction Non-Sighted and Sighted Adults' Volumetric Perceptions of Functional Objects Nelson, T. M. and Ladan, C. J. and Epps, J.
Non-Fiction Images of Blind and Visually Impaired People in the Movies, 1913-1985: An Annotated Filmography with Notes Wolfe, Diane and Erickson, Wendy
General Academic Skills When You Have a Student with Visual and Multiple Disabilities in Your Classroom: A Guide for Teachers Erin, Jane N. and Spungin, Susan J.
General Academic Skills Early Focus: Working With Young Blind or Visually Impaired Children and Their Families Lambert, Jessica S. and Fazzi, Diane L. and Pogrund, Rona L.
Occupation Specific Information English / Spanish Basics for Orientation and Mobility Instructors Foy, Christian J.
Non-Fiction From Homer to Helen Keller: A Social and Educational Study of the Blind French, Richard Slayton
Non-Fiction What Museum Guides Need to Know: Access for Blind and Visually Impaired Visitors Groff, Gerda and Gardner, Laura
Non-Fiction The Demography and Causes of Blindness Goldstein, Hyman
Non-Fiction The Demography of Blindness Throughout the World Goldstein, Hyman
General Academic Skills Collaborative Assessment: Working with Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired, Including Those with Additional Disabilities Goodman, Stephen A. and Wittenstein, Stuart H.
Senior An Introduction to Working with the Aging Person Who Is Visually Handicapped (2nd edition) Grayson, Dava
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