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Rachel’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to...

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Train Your Puppy the Guide Dog Way

Guide Dogs are trusted partners for many people who are blind and visually impaired. We know these adult dogs have...

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CVI Awareness Products and Resources

September is CVI Awareness Month! To help celebrate, we want to share some of our favorite CVI specific products! What’s...

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Assessing Daily Living Skills

The Functional Skills Assessment (FSA) is a tool for evaluating daily living skills for students at all levels. FSA is...

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Products That Change Lives

“APH continues to research and develop high-quality products that stay current in the field,” says Barb Johnson, a Teacher of...

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Finding the Right Product for Learners with CVI

When our project leaders begin working on a product, the goal is to address the needs of many learners. Long...

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The M. C. Migel Library: Promoting Research and Education About the History of People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

From manuscripts to published fiction, the APH Migel Library contains one of the largest known collections of non-medical materials related...

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FAQ: Transcribing Textbooks for APH

Organization name, contact info and role within the company. Jane E. Thompson Director of Accessible Textbook Division American Printing House...

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Baking for a Cause

Thirteen-year-old Sydney has always loved to bake, but when she learned her baby brother, Sawyer, was visually impaired, her passion...

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Keynote Speaker Lt. Gov. Habib

We’re very excited to have Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib as the keynote speaker of our 151st Annual Meeting Oct 10th...

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