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  1. Hearing Screening for Residents in Long-Term Care Homes Who Live with Dementia: A Scoping Review
  2. What couples say about living and coping with sensory loss: a qualitative analysis of open-ended survey responses
  3. Virtual Reality Applications in the Context of Low-Vision Rehabilitation
  4. The association between tactile, motor and cognitive capacities and braille reading performance: a scoping review of primary evidence to advance research on braille and aging
  5. Enablers and barriers encountered by working-age and older adults with vision impairment who pursue braille training
  6. Factors that influence the participation of individuals with deafblindness: A qualitative study with rehabilitation service providers in India
  7. The Prevalence of Hearing, Vision, and Dual Sensory Loss in Older Canadians: An Analysis of Data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
  8. The Effect of Reading Rehabilitation for Age-Related Vision Impairment on Cognitive Functioning: A non-randomized pre-post intervention study protocol (Preprint)
  9. Special Issues on Using the Montreal Cognitive Assessment for telemedicine Assessment During COVID ‐19
  10. The experiences of people with Alzheimer’s dementia and their caregivers in acquiring and using a mobility aid: a qualitative study
  11. Executive function as a mediating factor between visual acuity and postural stability in cognitively healthy adults and adults with Alzheimer’s dementia
  12. Comparison of Two Lighting Assessment Methods when Reading with Low Vision
  13. Effect of dual-tasking on walking and cognitive demands in adults with Alzheimer’s dementia experienced in using a 4-wheeled walker
  14. Hearing and Cognitive Impairments Increase the Risk of Long-term Care Admissions
  15. Conducting Qualitative Research With Individuals Living With Deafblindness
  16. Factors related to the use of a head-mounted display for individuals with low vision
  17. Sensory-cognitive associations are only weakly mediated or moderated by social factors in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
  18. Exploring the use of smartphones and tablets among people with visual impairments: Are mainstream devices replacing the use of traditional visual aids?
  19. How eSight Eyewear can help visually impaired musicians while playing the piano
  20. Detection of vision and /or hearing loss using the interRAI Community Health Assessment aligns well with common behavioral vision/hearing measurements
  21. Self-report Measures of Hearing and Vision in Older Adults Participating in the Canadian Longitudinal Study of Aging are Explained by Behavioral Sensory Measures, Demographic and Social Factors
  22. Effect of Learning to Use a Mobility Aid on Gait and Cognitive Demands in People with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease: Part I – Cane
  23. Effect of Learning to Use a Mobility Aid on Gait and Cognitive Demands in People with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease: Part II – 4-Wheeled Walker
  24. Exploring the lived experience of older adults with dual sensory impairment
  25. Do social factors mediate or moderate the sensory-cognitive associations in older adults in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging?
  26. Evaluation of how well different pure-tone threshold and visual acuity measures reflect self-reported sensory ability and treatment uptake: An analysis of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
  27. The prevalence of hearing and vision loss in older Canadians: An analysis of Data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
  28. Why do persons with a visual impairment feel socially excluded?
  29. How to best screen vision and hearing in older adults with dementia
  30. Measuring changes in device use of a head-mounted low vision aid after personalised telerehabilitation: protocol for a feasibility study
  31. How to bring professionals together that work with persons affected by deafblindness
  32. Using a global perspective to look at the challenges faced in deafblindness research
  33. Factors related to the use of magnifying low vision aids
  34. The Audibility of Low Vision Devices with Speech Output Used by Older Adults with Dual Sensory Impairment
  35. Screening for Vision Impairments in Individuals with Dementia Living in Long-Term Care: A Scoping Review
  36. Using the ICF to examine contextual factors that influence participation of people with deafblindness in India
  37. What is it like to work with older adults that have combined vision and hearing impairment?
  38. Employment and visual impairment
  39. Aging and combined vision and hearing loss
  40. Reliability and validity of the Canadian–French ecological adaptation of the weighted version of the Melbourne low-vision ADL Index
  41. Meaning and experiences of participation: a phenomenological study with persons with deafblindness in India
  42. Learning from Couples Living with Sensory Loss
  43. Validation of the International Reading Speed Texts in a Canadian Sample
  44. Exploring the sensory screening experiences of nurses working in long-term care homes with residents who have dementia: a qualitative study
  45. Participation experiences of people with deafblindness or dual sensory loss: A scoping review of global deafblind literature
  46. Charles Bonnet syndrome: development and validation of a screening and multidimensional descriptive questionnaire
  47. Effectiveness of the Apple iPad as a Spot-reading Magnifier
  48. Test-retest Variability of a Standardized Low Vision Lighting Assessment
  49. The Effect of a Head-mounted Low Vision Device on Visual Function
  50. Increased Axial Length Corresponds to Decreased Retinal Light Dose: A Parsimonious Explanation for Decreasing AMD Risk in Myopia
  51. Interpersonal communication and psychological well-being among couples coping with sensory loss: The mediating role of perceived spouse support
  52. How do rehabilitation professionals introduce braille technology to visually impaired clients?
  53. Couples coping with sensory loss: A dyadic study of the roles of self- and perceived partner acceptance
  54. AB101. Portable closed-circuit TV versus iPad in spot reading tasks
  55. AB096. Neurophysiological measures of stigma stereotypes
  56. AB106. ORVIS: a directory of tools for vision rehabilitation
  57. Combined impairments in vision, hearing and cognition are associated with greater levels of functional and communication difficulties than cognitive impairment alone: Analysis of interRAI data for home care and long-term care recipients in Ontario
  58. How to detect vision or hearing loss in older adults with dementia
  59. Couples' coping and well-being when faced with hearing-, vision-, or dual-sensory loss
  60. Do blind French-Canadian braille users actually benefit from learning contracted French braille?
  62. Mental Health and Spouse Support Among Older Couples Living With Sensory Loss
  63. Can magnification help patients with macular degeneration to recognize facial expressions?
  64. What to Occupational Therapists need to learn about vision and hearing loss?
  65. Is a tablet computer a good low vision aid?
  66. How a medication to lengthen eye lashes can have additional effects on the eye itself.
  67. Self-care tools to treat depressive symptoms in patients with age-related eye disease: a randomized controlled clinical trial
  68. Assessing the stigma content of urinary incontinence intervention outcome measures
  69. Drug-Induced Deficits in Color Perception: Implications for Vision Rehabilitation Professionals
  70. Couples’ Experience of Sensory Loss
  71. Perceptual Aspects of Gerontechnology
  72. How to detect vision or hearing loss in older adults with dementia
  73. Rehabilitation and Research Priorities in Deafblindness for the Next Decade
  74. The use of movement-based interventions with children diagnosed with autism for psychosocial outcomes—A scoping review
  75. How to measure dexterity in older adults with poor vision
  76. How print media maintain stereotypes about older adults with age-related health conditions
  77. How combined vision and hearing loss interferes with assistive device accessibility
  78. What occupational therapists should know to screen for vision and hearing loss
  79. Visual hallucinations in older adults with low vision - Charles Bonnet syndrome
  80. What factors predict if someone will access low vision rehabilitation?
  81. Implementing a novel dance intervention in rehabilitation: perceived barriers and facilitators
  82. Adapting a Day Centre for older adults with vision and hearing loss
  83. The influence of eye position on the Schirmer tear test for dry eye assessment
  84. How to integrate low vision rehabilitation into regular eye care
  85. Are "dual sensory impairment" and "deafblindness" the same thing?
  86. Who are the people that have both vision and hearing loss?
  87. Why do people not access low vision rehabilitation?
  88. Does peripheral visual field loss distort how RP patients perceive space?
  89. Sensitivity and Specificity of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Modified for Individuals who are Visually Impaired
  90. Not everyone is equally likely to access low vision rehabilitation services
  91. Good vision is not just reading small letters on an eye chart
  92. How to best prepare for macular hole surgery
  93. Multisensory Integration
  94. Comparing Optic Nerve-head-size Measurements by the Heidelberg Retina Tomograph With Fundus Photography Performed With a Novel Focusing Technique
  95. How quickly does visual acuity recover after Macular Hole surgery?
  96. Do yellow-tinted intra-ocular lenses block blue light to a point where patients notice this effect?
  97. How to teach research collaboration across disciplines using a policy example
  98. Perceiving where you can't see: Perceptual filling-in
  99. Eye charts with letters versus rings do not measure visual acuity the same way
  100. Why Do Patients Decline Macular Hole Surgery?
  101. How well do patients see after macular hole surgery?
  102. How to turn global policy rhetoric into research objectves
  103. How to adapt cognitive tests to they can been seen by persons with low vision