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  • 1969, Learning to be an O&M specialist in the Class of
  • Acceptance speech for AER's C. Warren Bledsoe Award for Publication
  • Acceptance speech for O&M Division's Lawrence E. Blaha Award
  • Accessible bus stop announces approaching buses in Kyoto, Japan
  • Accessibility: Brick Sidewalks with Detectable Warnings in Historic Annapolis
  • Accessibility: Environmental Modifications to Improve Crossings with No Traffic Control
  • Accessibility: Things that the cane may not detect
  • Accessibility: Tour of Accessible Features at West Rail Train Station and Lingnam University
  • Accessibility and Traffic Control in China
  • Accessibility Research by Mitsubishi and Ikeno Thuken, Japan
  • Accessibility Research by Okayama Prefectural University, Japan
  • Accessibility: Shared space
  • Accessibility: United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities -- By Kicki Nordstrom
  • Actuation
  • Actuation: Photos of Common Features to Recognize Actuation
  • Actuation: Common Features to Recognize Actuation
  • Addressing concerns about NY Licensure Bill
  • Administrators: O&M Program Supervisors and Planners -- Problems and Solutions
  • Alternative Mobility Device (AMD)
  • AMD: Safely Experiencing Walking Without Vision
  • American -- Jomania Sauerburger becomes an American citizen!
  • Annapolis: Brick Sidewalks with Detectable Warnings in Historic Annapolis
  • Archives: Celebrated Opening of O&M Archives!
  • Are Area Warning Signs Effective? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Are "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians" Street Signs Effective?
  • Asia: Diary from Asia
  • Asia: People with Disabilities in Asia -- Observations from Travels
  • Asia: Observations on Traffic and Pedestrians and People with Disabilities in China
  • Assistance: Corner to Corner: How Can Deaf-Blind Travelers Solicit Aid Effectively?
  • Assistance: Effective use of cards for soliciting assistance to cross streets
  • Assistants: Model Program for Use of Orientation and Mobility Assistants
  • Association for Travel Instruction Formed!
  • Association: A Professional Association for O&M -- Where are we, and where do we want to go?
  • Austria: Fred and Dona's Excellent Adventures
  • Award, Acceptance speech for O&M Division's Lawrence E. Blaha
  • Award, Acceptance speech for AER's C. Warren Bledsoe Award for Publication
  • Awards
  • Baby, Traveling With -- Tips on Strollers for Blind Parents
  • Bapin: "The Power of Technology Leads to Self-Success" by Anindya "Bapin" Bhattacharyya
  • Best practice: Changing Best Practice - Centralize O&M Innovation?
  • Best practice: the challenge to new ideas
  • Bilateral cochlear implants and localization -- by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Blaha Award acceptance speech
  • Bledsoe Publications Award cceptance speech
  • Bledsoe, Warren: Orientation and Mobility Living History -- Where Did Our O&M Techniques Come From?
  • Blind O&M specialists: People with Disabilities Can Teach Orientation and Mobility
  • Blind Pedestrian Killed; Intersection Design Contributing Cause
  • Blindfold training: best practice
  • Blindfolds: A "Vision Simulation" Involving No Vision Simulators!
  • Blindfolds: Teaching the Use of Visual and Non-Visual Techniques
  • Blindfolds: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Bob Dougherty, COMS
  • Boogyboarding, Mom and
  • Book reviews
  • Bourquin, Gene
  • Bourquin, Dr. Eugene -- Bilateral cochlear implants and localization
  • Bowie Sounds of Music
  • Brick: Detecting rumble strips, brick and grooves with a cane (Gallaudet University Campus, Washington, DC)
  • Brick Sidewalks with Detectable Warnings in Historic Annapolis
  • Bundu Basher
  • Buses: Accessible bus stop announces approaching buses in Kyoto, Japan
  • Canada: Street-Crossing Workshop for Visually Impaired Children in New Brunswick, Canada
  • Can we trust that when traffic stops at a signal, it's time for pedestrians to cross?
  • Cane and Non-Visual Skills
  • Cane: Importance of centering the hand (for when the cane misses poles and corners)
  • Cane Instruction and Assessment: Step by Step
  • Cane instruction: Passing obstacles before turning or resuming line of travel
  • Cane Misses Poles or Corners: Importance of Centering the Hand
  • Cane: Stages of Learning to Use a Cane
  • Cane: Support Cane Used with Long "Probing" Cane
  • Cane: Teaching the Use of a Long Cane Step by Step: Suggestions for Progressive, Methodical Instruction
  • Cane Technique: Tricks of the Trade
  • Cane tip: Bundu Basher
  • Cane: Things that the cane may not detect
  • Cane: Unreliability of Using the Railing for Stair Information
  • Cane: Walking in Step -- Why Does It Matter?
  • Capitol Building: Descriptions and Routes for Traveling to the House and Senate Buildings from Garfield and Peace Circles by the Capitol Building
  • Cards: Effective use of cards for soliciting assistance to cross streets
  • Castle: Sauerburg Castle
  • Castle: History of the Sauerburg Castle
  • Celebrated Opening of O&M Archives!
  • Changing Best Practice - Centralize O&M Innovation?
  • Checklists for Preparing Students to Assess and Cross Where There is No Traffic Control
  • China: Diary from China
  • China: Accessibility and Traffic Control in China
  • China: Observations on Traffic and Pedestrians and People with Disabilities in China
  • Citizen -- Jomania Sauerburger becomes an American citizen!
  • Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family
  • Cochlear implants (bilateral) and localization; -- by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Coker, Jackie -- The Invisible Helmet: A First-Person Account of Deaf-Blindness
  • Coker, Jackie -- Obituary
  • College and University Orientation and Mobility Personnel Preparation Programs
  • COMA: SOMA/COMA Program
  • COMA: SOMA/COMA registration
  • Complex Traffic Patterns
  • COMS / NOMC O&M -- Is There a Difference?
  • Concepts and skills in O&M
  • Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior in Turning Vehicles at Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
  • Conditions that influence drivers' yielding behavior while crossing at uncontrolled intersections
  • Consequences, Unintended? Quiet Cars and the Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act
  • Contracting Orientation and Mobility Specialists
  • Control: Street-crossing where there is no traffic control
  • COOL: keeping cool while teaching orientation and mobility
  • Corner to Corner: How Can Deaf-Blind Travelers Solicit Aid Effectively?
  • Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Crossing streets (see also "Street-Crossing")
  • Crossing Roundabouts and Separate Right-Turning Lanes, Ideas for
  • Crossing Streets Where There is No Traffic Signal or Stop Sign
  • Crossing: Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior in Turning Vehicles at Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
  • Crossing: Conditions that influence drivers' yielding behavior while crossing at uncontrolled intersections
  • Cruising the Mediterranean!
  • Cues: What Cues do Blind People Use to Recognize a Street in the Absence of a Curb?
  • Curb: What Cues do Blind People Use to Recognize a Street in the Absence of a Curb?
  • Daniel Kish, COMS
  • Dangerous: Fallacious/Dangerous Strategies for Crossing Streets with no Traffic Signal or Stop Sign
  • Deaf-Blind: Corner to Corner: How Can Deaf-Blind Travelers Solicit Aid Effectively?
  • Deaf-Blind: Effective use of cards for soliciting assistance to cross streets
  • Deaf-Blind: Getting Across the Street with Visual and Hearing Impairments
  • Deaf-Blind: "Orientation and Mobility for Visually Impaired Persons with Multiple Disabilities Including Deaf-Blindness"
  • Deaf-blind people: Bilateral cochlear implants and localization -- by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Deaf-blind people: communication with the student
  • Deaf-blind people: communication with the public
  • Deaf-blind people: orientation and mobility
  • Deaf-Blind: Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People
  • "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians" signs: Are "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians" Street Signs Effective?
  • Deaf-Blind: Principles of Successful Interaction with the Public
  • Deaf-Blind people: Street-crossing
  • "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians" Street Signs -- are they Effective?
  • Deaf-Blind personal story: "The Power of Technology Leads to Self-Success" by Anindya "Bapin" Bhattacharyya
  • Deaf-Blind Warning Signs: The Effectiveness of Deaf-Blind Pedestrians Warning Signage on Drivers' Behavior
  • Deaf-Blindness: The Invisible Helmet: A First-Person Account of Deaf-Blindness, by Jackie Coker
  • Decisions, Decisions: Who Knows What's Best for Our Client?
  • Decisions: making decisions for crossing streets
  • Deming, New Mexico: Sauerburgers come home at last!
  • Descriptions and Routes for Traveling to the House and Senate Buildings from Garfield and Peace Circles by the Capitol Building
  • Detecting Approaching Vehicles at Streets with No Traffic Control
  • Detecting rumble strips, brick and grooves with a cane: Gallaudet University Campus, Washington, DC
  • Detecting yielding: Evaluation of a Yielding Vehicle Alerting System for Double-Lane Roundabouts
  • Detectable Warnings: Brick Sidewalks with Detectable Warnings in Historic Annapolis
  • Detectable Warnings: Flat areas delineated with detectable warnings
  • Developing the kinesthetic sense
  • Dian Heil, COMS
  • Diary from Asia
  • Diary from China
  • Difference: NOMC / COMS O&M -- Is There a Difference?
  • Disabilities: People with Disabilities in Asia -- Observations from Travels
  • Dougherty, Bob
  • Do Drivers Stop at Unsignalized Intersections for Pedestrians Who Are Blind?
  • Drivers: Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior in Turning Vehicles at Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
  • Drivers: Conditions that influence drivers' yielding behavior while crossing at uncontrolled intersections
  • Drivers: Experiment to Determine Rates of Yielding at Sites in California and Maryland for Pedestrian with White Cane at Separate Right-Turning Lane
  • Eccentric viewing: Training eccentric viewing for mobility purposes
  • "Early-Adopting Innovators" Take the Quiz (Kansas City)
  • Effective use of cards for soliciting assistance to cross streets
  • Environmental Modifications to Improve Crossings with No Traffic Control
  • Experiment to Determine Rates of Yielding at Sites in California and Maryland for Pedestrian with White Cane at Separate Right-Turning Lane
  • Fallacious/Dangerous Strategies for Crossing Streets with no Traffic Signal or Stop Sign
  • Flat areas delineated with detectable warnings
  • Fred and Dona's Excellent Adventures
  • Fred Silver
  • Forum Discussions from Self-Study Guide (Preparing students for uncontrolled crossings)
  • Fukuda, Katsura
  • Gene Bourquin, COMS, CLVT, CI
  • Germany: Fred and Dona's Excellent Adventures
  • Getting Across the Street with Visual and Hearing Impairments
  • Giebelhaus, Wanda
  • Gilson, Christie: Maintaining Self-Esteem -- Who Knew It Would Be a Problem?
  • Glance: Training to Scan and Glance with Restricted Visual Fields
  • Group lessons: Street-Crossing Workshop for Visually Impaired Children in New Brunswick, Canada
  • Hassan, Dr. Shirin -- How Accurate are Pedestrians at Judging Their Own Street-Crossing Time?
  • Hearing: Teaching the Use of Hearing
  • Hearing: Bilateral cochlear implants and localization -- by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • HEAT: keeping cool while teaching orientation and mobility
  • Heil, Dian
  • Hiroshima, Japan
  • Hiroshima Story -- Mito Kosei and his family
  • Historic Annapolis: Brick Sidewalks with Detectable Warnings in Historic Annapolis
  • History: Learning to be an O&M specialist in the Class of 1969
  • History: Orientation and Mobility Living History -- Where Did Our O&M Techniques Come From?
  • History of the Sauerburg Castle
  • Homestead letters: Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family
  • Hong Kong: International Mobility Conference, Hong Kong, November 2006
  • Hong Kong: Tour of Accessible Features at West Rail Train Station and Lingnam University
  • House and Senate Buildings: Descriptions and Routes for Traveling from Garfield and Peace Circles by the Capitol Building
  • How Accurate are Pedestrians at Judging Their Own Street-Crossing Time? -- by Dr. Shirin Hassan
  • Ideas for Crossing Roundabouts and Separate Right-Turning Lanes
  • Ikeno Thuken: Accessibility Research by Mitsubishi and Ikeno Thuken, Japan
  • In step: Walking in Step -- Why Does It Matter?
  • Innovation: Changing Best Practice - Centralize O&M Innovation?
  • Intermittent Occlusion: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • International Journal of O&M: The Effectiveness of Deaf-Blind Pedestrians Warning Signage on Drivers' Behavior
  • International Journal of O&M: Principles for providing Orientation and Mobility to People with Visual Impairment and Multiple Disabilities
  • International Mobility Conference, Hong Kong, November 2006
  • International Mobility Conference, Hong Kong: O&M for Visually Impaired Persons with Multiple Disabilities Including Deaf-Blindness
  • Introduction to O&M (VisionAware Newsletter)
  • Introducing Situations of Uncertainty to Students
  • Intuitive understanding of crossing time at signalized intersections
  • The Invisible Helmet: A First-Person Account of Deaf-Blindness; by Jackie Coker
  • I Seat Myself to Write You a Few Lines: Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family
  • Japan, Hiroshima
  • Jean; Jean2
  • Jean Robert Bayard: Letters from a gushing war-time bride, 1945
  • Jomania Sauerburger becomes an American citizen!
  • Journey to Understanding (issues of uncontrolled crossings)
  • Kansas City "Early-Adopting Innovators" Take the Quiz
  • Keeping cool while teaching orientation and mobility
  • Kinesthetic sense, Developing the
  • Kish, Daniel
  • Kosei Mito: Hiroshima Story -- Mito Kosei and his family
  • Lead Pedestrian Interval -- A Solution We've Been Waiting For!
  • Learning to be an O&M specialist in the Class of 1969
  • Letter of support for NYS licensure bill S. 3880/A. 0617
  • Letters: Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family
  • Letters from a gushing war-time bride: Jean Robert Bayard, 1945
  • Licensure Bill, Addressing concerns about NY
  • Licensure for O&M - Will It Happen This Year? Please Help!
  • Licensure: Letter of support for NYS licensure bill S. 3880/A. 0617
  • Lingnam University: Tour of Accessible Features at West Rail Train Station and Lingnam University
  • List of Orientation and mobility concepts and skills
  • Localization: Bilateral cochlear implants and localization -- by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Lori Miller, COMS
  • Low Vision Specialist Convicted of Practicing Optometry
  • Lucas, Thomas: Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family
  • Macular degeneration: Training eccentric viewing for mobility purposes
  • Maintaining Self-Esteem -- Who Knew It Would Be a Problem? - by Christie Gilson
  • Make Your Own Vision Impairment Simulators
  • Mediterranean Cruise!
  • Meet an Orientation and Mobility Specialist
  • Miller, Lori
  • Mom's progress
  • New Brunswick, Canada: Street-Crossing Workshop for Visually Impaired Children in New Brunswick, Canada
  • New Mexico: Sauerburgers come home at last!
  • Mitsubishi: Accessibility Research by Mitsubishi and Ikeno Thuken, Japan
  • Miller, Lori: Traveling with Baby -- Tips on Strollers for Blind Parents
  • Mito, Kosei and his family: Hiroshima Story
  • Model Program for Use of Orientation and Mobility Assistants
  • Modifications to Improve Crossings with No Traffic Control
  • Mom and Boogyboarding
  • Multiple Disabilities: Principles for providing Orientation and Mobility to People with Visual Impairment and Multiple Disabilities
  • Music: Bowie Sounds of Music
  • Nanta and her daughter Ann come to America!
  • Nanta Rattanagoses in Thailand, 1995
  • NCSAB presentation: "'Traditional' O&M in the Modern Environment: Hallmarks of a Quality O&M Program"
  • National Federation of the Blind: "NOMC / COMS O&M -- Is There a Difference?"
  • New: "What's New?"
  • New Brunswick: Street-Crossing Workshop for Visually Impaired Children in New Brunswick, Canada
  • New York Licensure Bill, Addressing concerns about
  • NOMC / COMS O&M -- Is There a Difference?
  • Non-visual skills and the cane
  • Intermittent Occlusion: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Non-Visual: Teaching the Use of Visual and Non-Visual Techniques
  • Non-Visual: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Nordstrom, Kicki: United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Observations on Traffic and Pedestrians and People with Disabilities in China
  • Obstacles: Passing obstacles before turning or resuming line of travel
  • Occlusion, Intermittent: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Occlusion: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Occlusion, Partial: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Occlusion, Partial - example of
  • O&M lessons restricted to building or campus, and/or no transportation to the lessons
  • Okayama Prefectural University: Accessibility Research by Okayama Prefectural University, Japan
  • Opening: Celebrated Opening of O&M Archives!
  • Optometry: Low Vision Specialist Convicted of Practicing Optometry
  • Orientation -- What is Our Role?
  • Orientation and Mobility Assistants, Model Program for Use of
  • Orientation and Mobility: Celebrated Opening of O&M Archives!
  • Orientation and Mobility: Introduction to O&M (VisionAware Newsletter)
  • Orientation and Mobility: Determine / Justify O&M Services for Children
  • Orientation and Mobility for Deaf-Blind People
  • Orientation and Mobility for Visually Impaired Persons with Multiple Disabilities Including Deaf-Blindness
  • Orientation and Mobility: Group lessons "Street-Crossing Workshop for Visually Impaired Children in New Brunswick, Canada"
  • Orientation and Mobility: Learning to be an O&M specialist in the Class of 1969
  • Orientation and Mobility Innovation: Changing Best Practice - Centralize O&M Innovation?
  • Orientation and Mobility Lesson in Thailand, Observation
  • Orientation and mobility lessons restricted to building or campus, and/or no transportation to the lessons
  • Orientation and Mobility Living History -- Where Did Our O&M Techniques Come From?
  • Orientation and Mobility: "NOMC / COMS O&M -- Is There a Difference?"
  • Orientation and Mobility Professional Association
  • Orientation and Mobility Program Supervisors and Planners -- Problems and Solutions
  • Orientation and Mobility Services of Dona Sauerburger
  • Orientation and mobility skills and concepts
  • Orientation and mobility specialist contractors
  • Orientation and Mobility Specialist -- Meet an O&M Specialist
  • Orientation and Mobility Specialists are COOL!
  • Orientation and mobility specialists -- contracting
  • Orientation and mobility specialists who are blind: People with Disabilities Can Teach Orientation and Mobility
  • Orientation and mobility specialists who use a wheelchair: People with Disabilities Can Teach Orientation and Mobility
  • Orientation and mobility: Teaching the Cane and Non-Visual Skills
  • Orientation and mobility: "Traditional" O&M in the Modern Environment: Hallmarks of a Quality O&M Program
  • Orientation and Mobility University and College Personnel Preparation Programs
  • Outline of Orientation and mobility concepts and skills
  • Parallel car: Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Partial Occlusion: Strategies for Teaching Use and Integration of Non-Visual Information
  • Partial Occlusion, example of
  • Passing obstacles before turning or resuming line of travel
  • People with Disabilities Can Teach Orientation and Mobility: A convert's perspective
  • People with Disabilities in Asia -- Observations from Travels
  • Pedestrian laws: Rules of the Road
  • Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act, Quiet Cars and Unintended Consequences?
  • Personnel Preparation Programs: Orientation and Mobility
  • Pioneers in O&M: Orientation and Mobility Living History -- Where Did Our O&M Techniques Come From?
  • Point-Counterpoint - People with Disabilities Can Teach Orientation and Mobility: A convert's perspective
  • Poles and Corners: Importance of centering the hand (for when the cane misses poles and corners)
  • "The Power of Technology Leads to Self-Success" by Anindya (Bapin) Bhattacharyya
  • Predicting crossing time by using stopped perpendicular traffic after observing the traffic pattern / signal cycle
  • Predicting crossing time by observing the timing of the signal
  • Principles for providing Orientation and Mobility to People with Visual Impairment and Multiple Disabilities
  • Principles of Successful Interaction (of deaf-blind people) with the Public
  • Problems and Solutions -- O&M Program Supervisors and Planners
  • A Professional Association for O&M -- Where are we, and where do we want to go?
  • Program Supervisors and Planners of O&M -- Problems and Solutions
  • Quiet Cars and the Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act: Unintended Consequences?
  • Quiet Cars and the Safety of Blind Pedestrians
  • Quiz: Kansas City "Early-Adopting Innovators" Take the Quiz
  • Railing: Unreliability of Using the Railing for Stair Information
  • Reflective Vests: Should they be recommended for safer travel? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Reliable: Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Research: Accessibility Research by Mitsubishi and Ikeno Thuken, Japan
  • Research: Accessibility Research by Okayama Prefectural University, Japan
  • Research: Are "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians" Street Signs Effective?
  • Research: Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior in Turning Vehicles at Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
  • Research: Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior for Uncontrolled Crossings
  • Research: Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Research: Detecting Approaching Vehicles at Streets with No Traffic Control
  • Research: Experiment to Determine Rates of Yielding at Sites in California and Maryland for Pedestrian with White Cane at Separate Right-Turning Lane
  • Research: Fallacious/Dangerous Strategies for Crossing Streets with no Traffic Signal or Stop Sign
  • Research: Roundabout Access for Visually Impaired Pedestrians: Evaluation of a Yielding Vehicle Alerting System for Double-Lane Roundabouts
  • Research: Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People
  • Research: Assessment of Motorists' Yielding to Visually Impaired Pedestrians and Potential Treatments to Improve Access
  • Research: What Cues do Blind People Use to Recognize a Street in the Absence of a Curb?
  • Resume: Dona Sauerburger
  • Restricted Visual Fields: Training to Scan and Glance with Restricted Visual Fields
  • Reviews of books
  • Right- and Left-Turn-on-Red Laws
  • Rosen, Sandra: Orientation and Mobility for Visually Impaired Persons with Multiple Disabilities Including Deaf-Blindness
  • Rosen, Sandra: Principles for providing Orientation and Mobility to People with Visual Impairment and Multiple Disabilities
  • Roundabout Access for Visually Impaired Pedestrians: Evaluation of a Yielding Vehicle Alerting System for Double-Lane Roundabouts
  • Roundabouts
  • Roundabouts and Separate Right-Turning Lanes, Ideas for Crossing
  • Roundabouts, Pedestrian Access to: Assessment of Motorists' Yielding to Visually Impaired Pedestrians and Potential Treatments to Improve Access
  • Routes and Descriptions for Traveling to the House and Senate Buildings from Garfield and Peace Circles by the Capitol Building
  • Rules of the Road
  • Rumble strips: Detecting rumble strips, brick and grooves with a cane (Gallaudet University Campus, Washington, DC)
  • Sauerburg Castle
  • Sauerburg Castle, History of
  • Sauerburgers come home at last!
  • Sauerburger, Jomania becomes an American citizen!
  • Scanning: Training to Scan and Glance with Restricted Visual Fields
  • Self-Esteem: Maintaining Self-Esteem -- Who Knew It Would Be a Problem? - by Christie Gilson
  • Self-Study Guide: Preparing Visually Impaired Students to Assess and Cross Streets with No Stop Sign or Traffic Signal
  • Senate and House Buildings: Descriptions and Routes for Traveling from Garfield and Peace Circles by the Capitol Building
  • Separate Right-Turning Lanes
  • Separate Right-Turning Lanes, Ideas for Crossing Roundabouts and
  • Shared space
  • "Shield car": Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Should Reflective Vests be Recommended for Safer Travel? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Siffermann, Eileen: Orientation and Mobility for Visually Impaired Persons with Multiple Disabilities Including Deaf-Blindness
  • Siffermann, Eileen: Principles for providing Orientation and Mobility to People with Visual Impairment and Multiple Disabilities
  • Signalized intersections, intuitive understanding of crossing time at
  • Signals: Actuation
  • Signals: Can we trust that when traffic stops at a signal, it's time for pedestrians to cross?
  • Signals: Crossing where there is no traffic signal or stop sign
  • Signals: Lead Pedestrian Interval -- A Solution We've Been Waiting For!
  • Signals: Predicting crossing time by observing the timing of the signal
  • Signals: Predicting crossing time by using stopped perpendicular traffic after observing the traffic pattern / signal cycle
  • Signals: Right- and Left-Turn-on-Red Laws
  • Signals, traffic
  • Signals: Teaching Blind Pedestrians to Cross at Complex Signalized Intersections
  • Signals: Using simulation to teach concepts of traffic movement
  • Signs: Are "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians" Street Signs Effective?
  • Signs: Are Area Warning Signs Effective? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Signs: Deaf-Blind Warning Signs: The Effectiveness of Deaf-Blind Pedestrians Warning Signage on Drivers' Behavior
  • Silver, Fred
  • Simulation: Using simulation to teach concepts of traffic movement
  • Simulators: Make Your Own Vision Impairment Simulators
  • Simulators: A "Vision Simulation" Involving No Vision Simulators!
  • Situations of Uncertainty, Introducing to Students
  • Skills and concepts in O&M
  • Soliciting Assistance: Corner to Corner: How Can Deaf-Blind Travelers Solicit Aid Effectively?
  • Soliciting Assistance: Effective use of cards for soliciting assistance to cross streets
  • SOMA/COMA Program
  • SOMA/COMA registration
  • Stages of Learning to Use a Cane
  • Stair: Unreliability of Using the Railing for Stair Information
  • Step by Step: Systematic Cane Instruction and Assessment
  • Stop sign: Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Stopped traffic: Predicting crossing time by using stopped perpendicular traffic after observing the traffic pattern / signal cycle
  • Stopped traffic: Can we trust that when traffic stops at a signal, it's time for pedestrians to cross?
  • Strategies for Teaching Non-Visual Skills and Use of Non-Visual Information To People with Functional Vision
  • Strategy: Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Street crossing
  • Street-crossing -- deaf-blind people
  • Street-crossing: Assessment of Motorists' Yielding to Visually Impaired Pedestrians and Potential Treatments to Improve Access
  • Street-crossing: Blind Pedestrian Killed; Intersection Design Contributing Cause
  • Street-crossing: Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior in Turning Vehicles at Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
  • Street-crossing: Conditions that influence drivers' yielding behavior while crossing at uncontrolled intersections
  • Street-crossing: Detecting Approaching Vehicles at Streets with No Traffic Control
  • Street-crossing: Effective use of cards for soliciting assistance to cross streets
  • Street-crossing: Evaluation of a Yielding Vehicle Alerting System for Double-Lane Roundabouts
  • Street-crossing: Environmental Modifications to Improve Crossings with No Traffic Control
  • Street-crossing: Forum Discussions from Self-Study Guide (Preparing students for uncontrolled crossings)
  • Street-crossing: general issues
  • Street-crossing: Getting Across the Street with Visual and Hearing Impairments
  • Street-crossing: How Accurate are Pedestrians at Judging Their Own Street-Crossing Time? -- by Dr. Shirin Hassan
  • Street-crossing: Introducing Situations of Uncertainty to Students
  • Street-crossing: Lead Pedestrian Interval -- A Solution We've Been Waiting For!
  • Street-crossing -- Pedestrian pushbutton: Blind Pedestrian Killed; Intersection Design Contributing Cause
  • Street-crossing: Self-Study Guide: Preparing Visually Impaired Students to Assess and Cross Streets with No Stop Sign or Traffic Signal
  • Street-crossing: Should reflective vests be recommended for safer travel? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Street-crossing: Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People
  • Street-crossing strategy: Crossing at uncontrolled crosswalks with parallel vehicles from the stop sign beside you -- Is this strategy reliable?
  • Street-crossing signs: "Are "Deaf-Blind Pedestrians' Street Signs Effective?"
  • Street-crossing: traffic signals
  • Street-crossing where there is no traffic signal or stop sign
  • Street-Crossing Workshop for Visually Impaired Children in New Brunswick, Canada
  • Street-crossing: Workshops/Seminars for Teaching to Cross With No Stop Sign or Traffic Signal
  • Strollers for Blind Parents, Tips on: Traveling with Baby
  • Supervisors: O&M Program Supervisors and Planners -- Problems and Solutions
  • Support Cane Used with Long "Probing" Cane
  • Suterko, Stanley: Orientation and Mobility Living History -- Where Did Our O&M Techniques Come From?
  • Systematic Cane Instruction and Assessment: Step by Step
  • Teach concepts of traffic movement, using simulation to
  • Teaching Blind Pedestrians to Cross at Complex Signalized Intersections
  • Teaching the Cane and Non-Visual Skills
  • Teaching O&M from a Wheelchair
  • Teaching the Use of a Long Cane Step by Step: Suggestions for Progressive, Methodical Instruction
  • Teaching the Use of Visual and Non-Visual Techniques
  • Teaching the Use of Hearing
  • Technology: "The Power of Technology Leads to Self-Success" by Anindya "Bapin" Bhattacharyya
  • Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People
  • Thailand: Nanta and her daughter Ann come to America!
  • Thailand: trip to Asia
  • Thailand: Observation of Orientation and Mobility Lesson
  • Thailand: Visiting Nanta Rattanagoses in Thailand, 1995
  • Things that the cane may not detect
  • Thomas Lucas: Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family
  • Thuken Ikeno: Accessibility Research by Mitsubishi and Ikeno Thuken, Japan
  • Timing: How Accurate are Pedestrians at Judging Their Own Street-Crossing Time? -- by Dr. Shirin Hassan
  • "Traditional" O&M in the Modern Environment: Hallmarks of a Quality O&M Program
  • Traffic Patterns, Complex
  • Train Station: Tour of Accessible Features at West Rail Train Station and Lingnam University
  • Training eccentric viewing for mobility purposes
  • Traffic and Pedestrians and People with Disabilities in China
  • Traffic control: crossing where there is no traffic control
  • Traffic signals
  • Training eccentric viewing for mobility purposes
  • Training to Scan and Glance with Restricted Visual Fields
  • Transportation to O&M lessons: O&M lessons restricted to building or campus, and/or no transportation to the lessons
  • Travel instruction assocation formed
  • Traveling with Baby -- Tips on Strollers for Blind Parents
  • Two canes: Support Cane Used with Long "Probing" Cane
  • Uncontrolled crossing: Crossing where there is no traffic signal or stop sign
  • Uncontrolled crossing: Conditions that influence drivers' yielding behavior while crossing at uncontrolled intersections
  • Uncontrolled crossing: Detecting Approaching Vehicles at Streets with No Traffic Control
  • Uncontrolled crossing: Journey to Understanding
  • Uncontrolled crossing: Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People
  • Unintended Consequences? Quiet Cars and the Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act
  • United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities -- By Kicki Nordstrom
  • United States -- Jomania Sauerburger becomes an American citizen!
  • University and College Orientation and Mobility Personnel Preparation Programs
  • Unreliability of Using the Railing for Stair Information
  • Using simulation to teach concepts of traffic movement
  • Venice, Italy
  • Vests, Reflective: Should they be recommended for safer travel? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Vibrotactile Device: Testing the Effectiveness of a Vibrotactile Device for Crossing Streets by Deaf-Blind People
  • VisionAware Newsletter: Introduction to Orientation and Mobility
  • Vision Simulators: A "Vision Simulation" Involving No Vision Simulators!
  • Vision Simulators: Make Your Own Vision Impairment Simulators
  • Visiting Nanta Rattanagoses in Thailand, 1995
  • Visual Fields, Restricted: Training to Scan and Glance with Restricted Visual Fields
  • Wanda Giebelhaus, COMS
  • Walking in Step -- Why Does It Matter?
  • Warning signs: Are Area Warning Signs Effective? by Dr. Eugene Bourquin
  • Wedding: Letters from a gushing war-time bride - Jean Robert Bayard, 1945
  • What Cues do Blind People Use to Recognize a Street in the Absence of a Curb?
  • What's New?
  • Wheelchair: Teaching O&M from a Wheelchair
  • White Cane Laws: Rules of the Road
  • Who Knows What's Best for Our Client? Decisions, Decisions
  • Williams, Russ: O&M Living History -- Where Did Our O&M Techniques Come From?
  • White Cane Day 2010 Video
  • WOMA: Contracting Orientation and Mobility Specialists
  • Workshops/Seminars for Teaching to Cross With No Stop Sign or Traffic Signal
  • Yielding: Assessment of Motorists' Yielding to Visually Impaired Pedestrians and Potential Treatments to Improve Access
  • Yielding: Conditions that Influence Drivers' Yielding Behavior in Turning Vehicles at Intersections with Traffic Signal Control
  • Yielding: Conditions that influence drivers' yielding behavior while crossing at uncontrolled intersections
  • Yielding: Evaluation of a Yielding Vehicle Alerting System for Double-Lane Roundabouts
  • Yielding: Do Drivers Stop at Unsignalized Intersections for Pedestrians Who Are Blind?
  • Yielding: Experiment to Determine Rates of Yielding at Sites in California and Maryland for Pedestrian with White Cane at Separate Right-Turning Lane

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