In an essay that begins with French philosopher Diderot in the late 1700s then moves to the writings of Berthold Lowenfeld in the 1970s, Stuart Wittgenstein may not change your thinking on how to teach or read braille, nor will he challenge you on Unified English Braille; he will, however, bring a smile to your face as he covers over 300 years of history, all in just over 1500 words without breaking a sweat. [...] Shih and Huang provide a case study on the modification of a home environment that is shared by four people in Taiwan.
Editor's Page Duane R Geruschat Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness; Sep 2009; 103, 9; Docstoc pg. 515 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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