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Larry Skutchan: Access Tech Visionary Retires

Modern technology has had so many contributors to its success, growing from the foundations laid by industry giants, such as...

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The Sensorimotor Spotlight

Every teacher and parent knows that magical feeling experienced when a child finally achieves a skill you’ve been practicing for...

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Learning from the Life of Helen Keller

Helen Keller is a name known around the world as a symbol of courage in the face of incredible odds,...

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Foundations of Vision Rehabilitation Therapy: Providing A New Perspective on the Field

Vision rehabilitation therapists change the lives of people who are blind, visually impaired, or have multiple disabilities every day. We’re...

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VP Gary Mudd Announces Plans to Retire

Gary Mudd, VP of Government and Community Affairs, has announced his plans to retire from APH in January 2021. If...

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Designing APH Press Books: User Experience with Everyone in Mind

As the collection of APH Press books grow, we’re always looking for ways to design our books with our end-users...

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Egg Drop Activity

The Sky Is Falling! Just Kidding! That’s our eggs falling from great heights! We are seeing how high we can...

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Not a Natural Disaster!

We’ve heard of natural disasters, but can you think of a disaster that people have caused? If you thought of...

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Catapult Launch!

Potential or Kinetic?  You tell us! Energy is all around us in one form or another.  Today we will discuss...

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Building a Tower

Are you an aspiring architect? Could you create the next feat of engineering?  We are going to test your skills...

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Introduction to Creative Engineering

Have you ever ridden an elevator up a tower with over 100 floors? The Empire State Building in New York...

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Learning Through Play with LEGO® Braille Bricks

“Learning through play is how children naturally go about things. You don’t need to teach a three-year-old how to play....

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Planting Seeds

Gardening is a great way to provide yourself and your family with nutritious foods and beautiful scenery. This activity is...

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Snail Mail to Email, Oh How Life Has Changed

While we used paper and pencil to write letters to our friends and family yesterday, today we are going to...

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Snail Mail to Everywhere!  

How many of us miss a friend or family member that is too far away to see regularly? I know...

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