By Aldo O., M.D. Perotto, Edward F. Delagi, John, M.D. Iazzetti, Daniel, M.D. Morrison
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Over the ensuing years more schools for the blind were established in England and in the United States. It was during World War II that many blinded veterans were returning home to the United States and who required special treatment and rehabilitation. Dr. Richard Hoover and C. Warren Bledsoe established a training program in the 1940s at the Valley Forge Army Hospital and later the Avon Old Farms Home in Pennsylvania to provide them with skills so that they could return to their homes as productive citizens.
Mobility, then, can be defined as “the capacity or facility of movement” (Jacobson 1993, p. 3). One must have a need to move. The term, Orientation and Mobility, is generally defined as “the teaching of concepts, skills, and techniques necessary for a Orientation and Mobility 31 person with a visual impairment to travel safely, efficiently, and gracefully through any environment and under all environmental conditions and situations” (Jacobson 1993, p. 3). Hereafter, when the term, Orientation and Mobility (O&M), is used with capital letters, it will signify the teaching of the skill-set by a highly qualified professional Orientation and Mobility Specialist (see below).
The resulting loss of balance could imperil both the traveler and the guide!
Anatomical Guide For The Electromyographer: The Limbs And Trunk by Aldo O., M.D. Perotto, Edward F. Delagi, John, M.D. Iazzetti, Daniel, M.D. Morrison