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Career Perspectives: Interviews with Blind and Visually Impaired Professionals.

Profiles 20 successful achievers who describe in their own words what it takes to pursue and attain professional success in a sighted world. From all around the country, representing a wide range of professions, including law, science, journalism, management, and medicine, these blind and visually impaired people can serve as role models for others who want to follow career paths.

The book also addresses such topics as attitudes toward blindness and blind people, braille literacy and technology. Many of the interviewees describe the adaptive devices and alternative techniques they use to perform their jobs successfully.
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Publication:American Rehabilitation
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 22, 1990
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