Rehabilitation professionals have long recognized that the needs of people who are blind or visually impaired are unique and require a special knowledge and expertise for the provision and coordination of effective rehabilitation services. Contributions to this text from more than 25 experts provide essential information on subjects such as functional, medical, vocational and psychological assessments; demographic and cultural issues; placement and employment issues; and the rehabilitation team. Each chapter includes a Learning Activities section that can be used in class assignments or during in-service training. Sample forms, such as a Job Analysis Worksheet, a Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation System Protocol, an Individualized Written Rehabilitation Program, and a Work Environment Visual Demands Report are included in the appendices. An extensive glossary provides easy access to clear definitions of terms.Larry R. Dickerson, Ph.D., is Director of the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. Randal R. Elston, Ed.D., is Professor and Coordinator of the Graduate Rehabilitation Counselor Traininganbsp;...
|Title||:||Foundations of Rehabilitation Counseling with Persons who are Blind Or Visually Impaired|
|Author||:||J. Elton Moore, William Hughes Graves, Jeanne Boland Patterson|
|Publisher||:||American Foundation for the Blind - 1997-01-01|