Project PRISM:
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNS
OF CHILDREN WHO ARE VISUALLY IMPAIRED

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PRISM Study in PDF Format:
Executive Summary (8 pages)
Part 1 (31 pages)
Part 2 (33 pages)
Part 3 (26 pages)
Part 4 (13 pages)
Conclusions
Appendix A: Assessment Protocol (13 pages)
Appendix B: Data Collection Forms Developed for PRISM (31 pages)
Appendix C: Dissemination Efforts (20 pages)
Appendix D: Supporting Tables (34 pages)
Kay Ferrell