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Parenting experiences of mothers who are blind in Iran: a hermeneutic phenomenological study. Moghadam, Zahra Behboodi; Ghiyasvandian, Shahrzad; Shahbazzadegan, Samira; Shamshiri, Mahmood Report Mar 1, 2017 4609
Teaching the iPhone with voiceover accessibility to people with visual impairments. Celusnak, Brian M. Report Sep 1, 2016 2189
Preventive service utilization among people who are blind or have low vision. Bennett, Kevin J.; McDermott, Suzanne; Mann, Joshua R.; Hardin, James W. Report Mar 1, 2016 6129
The accessibility of multifunction printers: an updated usability study of accessible multifunction printers and a survey of multifunction printer users with vision loss. Packer, Jaclyn; Reuschel, William Report Jan 1, 2016 5271
Travel in adverse winter weather conditions by blind pedestrians: effect of cane tip design on travel on snow. Kim, Dae Shik; Emerson, Robert Wall; Gaves, Eleni Report Jan 1, 2016 2544
Patients with special needs get helping hand. Brief article Oct 24, 2011 247
The postural responses to a moving environment of adults who are blind. Stoffregen, Thomas A.; Ito, Kiyohide; Hove, Philip; Yank, Jane Redfield; Bardy, Benoit G. Report Feb 1, 2010 5166
The difference the dots make: a personal history with Braille. Maurer, Marc Apr 1, 2009 1762
Brain remembers how to see. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article Jun 7, 2008 124
Vitamin D supplements reduce mortality in a meta-analysis of 18 randomized trials. Austin, Steve Dec 1, 2007 602
Accessible GPS: reorientation and target location among users with visual impairments. Ponchillia, Paul E.; Rak, Eniko C.; Freeland, Amy L.; LaGrow, Steven J. Jul 1, 2007 5731
Hearing better in the dark: blindness fuels ability to place distant sounds. Bower, B. Oct 16, 2004 443
Perfect pitch common among the blind. J.T. Nov 25, 2000 280
Do blind people track sounds better? Seppa, Nathan Brief Article Sep 19, 1998 495
NOTIS system to serve the visually impaired. Brief Article Sep 1, 1993 409

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