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Introducing the APH ConnectCenter Transition Hub

Just in time for the new school year, the new APH ConnectCenter Transition Hub is a one-stop, easy-to-use, searchable resource...

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APH Behind the Scenes: Learning All About Annual Meeting

For 152 years, APH has hosted Annual Meeting, gathering Ex Officio Trustees (EOTs), Teachers of the Visually Impaired (TVIs), other...

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Building Your Music Toolkit

Want to support your student’s budding interest in music? We’ve got you covered. Get moving and grooving with this list...

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Meet APH Scholar Michelle Shanley

We would like to congratulate Michelle Shanley, nominated by EOT, Kristin Oien, as a 2021-2022 APH Scholar. Michelle Shanley has...

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Learning is Fun with the Braille Trail Reader!

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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Expand Your Music Horizons with the Music Braille Code

Authors: Sarah Welch, Product Specialist; Laura Zierer, Product Manager Schools are getting ready to start back after summer break, and...

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Building Your Braille Literacy Toolkit

Reading and writing are the foundations of a successful education and lifelong learning. Finding the right tools for each student’s...

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#ADA31: Celebrating Access and Inclusion

Today we celebrate the 31st anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, more commonly known as the...

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National Museum Education Associates Appreciation Day

There is a National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day (January 31), a National Squirrel Appreciation Day (January 21), even a National...

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US House Committee Approves Funding Increase for Department of Education

A potential funding increase for education of students who are blind or visually impaired has cleared its first hurdle, as...

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Babies with CVI Now Available from APH Press

CVI is a neurological visual disorder caused by damage to the areas of the brain that process vision. According to...

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How the Helen Keller Archive Began

When I started working in the AFB (American Foundation for the Blind) Helen Keller Archive at APH in October of...

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We Are Open

I’ve been pretty excited this week. It’s been almost sixteen months since we had a visitor in the museum, but...

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APH Is Ready for a Braille Revolution

We’re on a mission to create a groundbreaking electronic braille text and graphics device that revolutionizes braille learning and accessibility....

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Meet APH Scholar Spencer Churchill

APH is proud to recognize Spencer Churchill, nominated by Ex Officio Trustee (EOT), Jared Leslie, as one of our 2021-2022...

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