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Assessing Visual Detection Ability for Mobility in Individuals with Low Vision. Ludt and Goodrich .
Change in Visual Perceptual Detection Distances for Low Vision Travelers as a Result of Dynamic Visual Assessment and Training. Ludt and Goodrich.
Multi-handicap, low vision and the teaching of mobility (Part 2) by Allan G. Dodds. The British Journal of Visual Impairment, Autumn 1985, Vol.III, No. 3.
What is rehabilitation? Standing Conference of Organisations Concerned with the Blind and Partially Sighted, Open Forum, 4 June 1986. Summary prepared by Monique Raffray. The forum consisted of three talks on rehabilitation followed by discussion. The British Journal of Visual Impairment, Autumn 1986, Vol., No. 3. The subject was considered from three points of view. medical and psychological; social service provision; and consumer approach.
Use of Blindfolds for People with Low Vision: STRATEGY OR CONCEPT? FUNDAMENTAL TRUTH OR PERSONAL CONVICTION? Phil Hatlen, Superintendent
Make Your Own Vision Impairment Simulators by Dona Sauerburger, COMS. With input from:Dr. Duane Geruschat, COMS ,Dr. Laura Bozeman, COMS.
Scanning for Cars by Dona Sauerburger, COMS. Winter 2003 Newsletter, AER Orientation and Mobility Division.
How Vision Works by Dr. Carl Bianco, M.D.
Selected Anomalies and Diseases of the Eye. Compiled by Virginia E. Bishop, Ph.D.
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