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Snap Circuits Jr.

Preparing young people for the future is what education is all about. More than ever, there’s an emphasis on Science,...

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A Wish List for Accessible Cities

At the American Printing House for the Blind, we believe accessibility is for everyone, everywhere. But as we all know;...

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Reach & Match Learning Kit Stimulates Multiple Senses to Educate and Engage

Every child needs multi-sensory stimulation, even when some of those senses are impaired. That’s why APH now offers the Reach...

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Helen Keller – A Role Model in Optimism and Activism

138 years ago, one of the most famous figures in history, Helen Keller, was born. In commemoration of Helen, it...

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Home is Where the Braille Is: BrailleBlaster Software Is for Everyone

Software for transcribing braille has been available for many years, but due to cost, it has been out of reach...

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Thriving with Vision Loss: Introducing the APH ConnectCenter

“Your site has been an invaluable resource for my family and myself. I am so thankful that you guys take...

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Partners in O&M: Meet the Editors

Partners in O&M is designed to help people who work with individuals who are visually impaired, teach the skills needed to...

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The Tactile and CVI Book Builder Kits

For a typically sighted child who is not yet a reader, visual illustrations offer an important bridge to “making meaning”...

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MATT Connect Software Gets Update

The MATT Connect from APH just got a makeover! We’re happy to announce software modifications that will benefit all MATT...

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Angela’s Story: Running

by Angela Theriault I am deaf and have Usher syndrome and am currently the director of the Deafblind Service Center...

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Kevin’s Story: Speed Skating

A deafblind speed skater skates as fast as he can to his dream. by Kevin Frost Like every little boy...

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Rachel’s Story: Triathlon

by Rachel Weeks When I was growing up, the question would often arise: ‘if given a choice, would you rather...

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Corrina’s Story: Ballet, Cheerleading, Rock Climbing, and Yoga

by Corrina Veesart I am a 33-year-old woman who is deafblind; I grew up loving a wide array of recreational...

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Ryan’s Story: Running

by Ryan Ollis As a person who is deafblind, I have had the opportunity to live in three worlds: the...

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Quinn’s Story: Dance, Horseback Riding, and Running

by Quinn Burch I was born at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, NY on August 21st, 1990. I was a hearing,...

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