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Celebrating Low Vision with the Light Box Story

From the Past to the Present Long ago, creative teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs) had to make their...

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Reach & Match Multisensory Approach Supports Children with Low Vision

Most children with low vision are attracted to bright colours, tactile objects, and auditory components. A multisensory approach integrates sensory...

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Evaluating Key Skills for Students with Low Vision

Natalie Barraga once said, “The more you look, the more you see.” Her groundbreaking research decades ago revolutionized instruction and...

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Connecting with History Virtually

On March 17, 2020, I was sitting at my desk at APH, mulling over what we should do about the...

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APH Welcomes Tai Tomasi as New Director of Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion

We’re pleased to announce that Tai Tomasi has been hired as the Director of Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion. Tai has...

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Betsy Anne Huggins Joins APH as Engagement and Training Specialist

APH is happy to welcome Betsy Anne Huggins as the Engagement and Training Specialist, where she will work closely with...

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Meet APH Scholar Karen Reno

APH would like to congratulate Karen Reno, nominated by Ex Officio Trustee (EOT), Kay Ratzlaff, for being selected as a...

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Building Your Low Vision Toolkit

Magnification, high contrast, and adjustable lighting are the keys to success in education and daily living for students who have...

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Braille Trail Reader: A Versatile Resource for All Ages

APH’s Braille Trail Reader LE has been discontinued. We will continue to support the Braille Trail Reader by ensuring screen...

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Enjoy Paint-by-Number Safari this Winter

Are you starting to go a bit stir-crazy? Maybe you are frantically trying to find fun activities for your children...

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Teaching Students With Visual Impairments About COVID-19 Disease

Are you looking for resources to help teach your students about COVID-19? We’ve got good news! A supplement to APH’s Health...

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How GoodMaps is Revolutionizing Accessible Independent Travel

From TomTom and Garmin to built-in apps on every smartphone, people have been using turn by turn navigation for outdoor...

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APH Huntington: Accessible Tech Initiatives in West Virginia

In July 2020, the American Printing House for the Blind launched APH Huntington – a new program developed to provide...

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Developing Pre-Braille Skills with Reach & Match in a Fun Way

Happy National Braille Literacy Month and welcome to a brand-new 2021! During my master’s research, I found myself amazed by...

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