Date: Fall 1998/Winter 1999
v. 26, nos. 1 and 2
The following titles have been selected from materials added
to the NLS reference collections during the summer/fall of
1998. Entries are arranged according to subject headings
developed and used by the NLS Reference Section for its
collections. Wherever possible, prices of publications have
been included. Full publishers' addresses are included when
they are not readily obtainable through libraries and
bookstores. Items marked with an asterisk are especially
recommended for basic reference collections in libraries
serving visually and physically handicapped readers.
__Requests for materials listed should be sent directly to
the publishers or sources cited with each entry. Items are
not available from NLS unless specifically indicated.__
Library resources for the blind and physically
handicapped: a directory with FY 1997 statistics on
readership, circulation, budget, staff, and collections
see LIBRARY SERVICES--VISUALLY IMPAIRED--DIRECTORIES
Magazines in special media see MAGAZINES--SPECIAL
Conrod, Beverley E., and Olga Overbury. The effectiveness
of perceptual training and psychosocial counseling in
adjustment to the loss of vision. Journal of visual
impairment and blindness, v. 92, July 1998: 464-482.
Dunham, Mardis D., and others. Vocational rehabilitation
outcomes of African American adults with specific learning
disabilities. Journal of rehabilitation, v. 64, July-Aug.-
Sept. 1998: 36-41.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, P.L. 101-336--BIBLIOGRAPHY
Americans with Disabilities Act: resource information. Rev.
ed. Jackson Heights, NY: Eastern Paralyzed Veterans
Association, 1997. 45p. Single copy free. [pamphlet].
(75-20 Astoria Boulevard 11370-1177).
Deines-Jones, Courtney. Selected new adaptive technology.
Library hi tech news, no. 156, Oct. 1998: 26-27, 30.
Schmeler, Mark. Ten tips on documenting the need for
assistive technology. TeamRehab report, Aug. 1998: 16-17.
Gill, John. The use of electronic purses by disabled
people: what are the needs? London, England: Royal National
Institute for the Blind, 1998. 24p. Single copy free.
[booklet]. (224 Great Portland Street W1N 6AA). Also
available on the Internet at: http://www.eyecue.co.uk/e.purse
BARRIER-FREE ARCHITECTURE--PUBLIC FACILITIES
Come one, come all: accessibility requirements for arenas,
convention centers,and other places of assembly. Jackson
Heights, NY: Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association, n.d.
34p. Single copy free. [pamphlet].
BARRIER-FREE ARCHITECTURE--RAMPS AND LIFTS
Marcum, Brandy. Stepping up. TeamRehab report, June 1998:
Frei, C.E. Seeing with the heart (Stevie Wonder).
Exceptional parent, v. 28, Nov. 1998: 22-24, 26.
Ungar, Simon, Mark Blades, and Christopher Spencer. Effects
of orientation on braille reading by people who are visually
impaired: the role of context. Journal of visual impairment
and blindness, v. 92, July 1998: 454-463.
Smaligo, Mary A. Resources for helping blind music
students. Music educators journal, v. 85, Sept. 1998: 23-
Barkley, Russell A. Attention-deficit hyperactivity
disorder. Scientific American, v. 279, Sept. 1998: 66-71.
Cohen, Judy. Disability etiquette: tips on interacting with
people with disabilities. Jackson Heights, NY: Eastern
Paralyzed Veterans Association, n.d. 51p. Single copy
free. [pamphlet]. (75-20 Astoria Boulevard 11370-1177).
LaPlante, M.P., and H.S. Kaye, eds. Trends in disability
and their causes: proceedings of the Fourth National
Disability Statistics and Policy Forum. Washington: U.S.
Department of Education, National Institute on Disability
and Rehabilitation Research, 1998. 50p. Free. Also
available in alternative formats. (OSERS/NIDRR, Switzer
Building, Room 3431 DC 20202).
National Organization on Disability-Harris survey of
Americans with disabilities. New York: Louis Harris &
Associates, Inc., 1998. 150p. $95. (111 Fifth Avenue,
Schmeidler, Emilie, and Drew Halfmann. Race and ethnicity
of persons with visual impairments; education of children
with disabilities; and living arrangements of older
Americans. Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v.
92, July 1998: 539-542.
Corn, Anne L., and Kathleen Mary Huebner, eds. A report to
the nation: the national agenda for the education of
children and youths with visual impairments, including those
with multiple disabilities. New York: AFB Press, 1998.
113p. $9.95. (11 Penn Plaza, Suite 300 NY 10001).
Schuyler, Michael. Will the paper trail lead to the e-book?
Computers in libraries, v. 18, Sept. 1998: 40-43.
National Eye Institute fact sheet: financial aid for eye
care. Retrieved July 1998. http://www.nei.nih.gov/publications/aid.htm
INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT (IDEA),
The IDEA amendments of 1997. NICHCY news digest, v. 26
(rev. ed.), June 1998: 1-39 (entire issue).
Klauber, Julie. Living well with a disability: how
libraries can help. American libraries. v. 29, Nov. 1998:
LIBRARY SERVICES--VISUALLY IMPAIRED--DIRECTORIES
Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind
and Physically Handicapped. Library resources for the blind
and physically handicapped: a directory with FY 1997
statistics on readership, circulation, budget, staff, and
collections. Washington: 1998. 83p. Free.
Stankus, Tony, and Joanne T. Correllus. A librarian's guide
to lupus. Reference and user services quarterly, v. 37,
spring 1998: 263-267.
Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind
and Physically Handicapped. Magazines in special media.
Washington, 1998. 74p. Free.
MAINSTREAMING IN EDUCATION
Hobbs, Tim, and David L. Westling. Inclusion: promoting
successful inclusion through collaborative problem-solving.
Teaching exceptional children, v. 31, Sept.-Oct. 1998:
McLeskey, James, Daniel Henry, and Dodi Hodges. Inclusion:
where is it happening? Teaching exceptional children, v. 31,
Sept.-Oct. 1998: 4-10.
McPartland, Patricia. The barrier-free motorhome.
Mainstream, v. 22, Aug.1998: 20, 23-24.
McPartland, Patricia. Have (accessible) RV, will travel.
Mainstream, v. 22, Aug. 1998: 20, 25.
News for you: consumer information fact sheets. (36
topics). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy
Association, Inc., 1998. Single copy free.
(4720 Montgomery Lane 20814-3425).
PARENTS AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN
V.I. guide, a guide to Internet resources about visual
impairments for parents and teachers. Retrieved Nov. 1998.
Vernon, McCay. Psychological and psychiatric services for
people who are deaf-blind: some suggested sources. Journal
of visual impairment and blindness, v. 92, July 1998:
Schulte, Linda Sullivan. JWOD CRP's: social entrepreneurs
and the business of rehabilitation. American
rehabilitation, v. 24, spring 1998: 2-18.
Wehman, Paul, Grant Revell, and John Kregel. Supported
employment: a decade of rapid growth and impact. American
rehabilitation, v. 24, spring 1998: 31-42.
Leonard, Liz. Accessing the arts. Enable magazine, May-
June-July 1998: 76-84.
Kendrick, Deborah. Toys that stimulate, please, and
entertain. Dialogue, v. 37, summer 1998: 26-33.
Locke, Peggy A., and Jackie Levin. Creative play begins
with fun objects, your imagination, and simple-to-use
technology. Exceptional parent, v. 28, Oct. 1998: 36-40.
Nielander, Diana. Top ten tips for buying toys for children
with disabilities.Exceptional parent, v. 28, Oct. 1998: 34.
Toys "R" Us toy guide for differently-abled kids.
Washington: National Parent Network on Disabilities, 1998.
27p. Free. (1200 G Street NW, Suite 800 DC 20005,
Gordon, Marisa, and Elga Joffee. 1998-1999 guide to toys
for children who are blind or visually impaired. New York:
American Toy Institute, Inc. and American Foundation for the
Blind, 1998. 26p. Free. (1115 Broadway, Suite 400
NY 10010). Also available on the Internet at
Wheelchairs. Mainstream, v. 22, June-July 1998: 20.
WOMEN AND DISABILITY
Gordon, Phyllis A., David Feldman, and Royda Crose. The
meaning of disability: how women with chronic illness view
their experiences. Journal of rehabilitation, v. 64, July-
Aug.-Sept. 1998: 5-11.