APH staff are working from home due to COVID-19, but are still available to help in any way they can! Outgoing product shipments to schools and government agencies have been halted at this time. Read our blog for current updates and ways you can learn and engage during this time of social distancing.

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APH COVID-19 Updates

At APH, we are dedicated to our employees, customers, and community. We’re doing everything we can to be responsible, wise, and service focused during this unprecedented time. APH is open and doing business, but our staff is working from home due to COVID 19.

Our Services to You

We are currently holding shipments to schools and agencies that may be closed, unless you tell us you are open and ready to receive them. If you have questions, you can contact the APH Customer Service team at cs@aph.org, or 1-800-223-1839. Customer Service hours will continue as M-F 8am-4:30pm EST. We hope to resume regular shipments after May 4, once we can ensure delivery to schools and government agencies.

With APH staff working from home, all museum visits, tours, and conference exhibits have be cancelled until we are able to responsibly resume our outreach programs.

APH is also experiencing some delays with shipments from China. This could slow the launch of new APH products slated for this spring and summer. We are working hard to get these products to you and we will provide updates as we learn more.

New Ways to Learn and Live

With most of the country practicing social distancing, we’ll all be looking for new ways to learn, hone our professional skills, and adjust to extended periods of time at home. APH is here for students, families and teachers and we will be providing you with resources to keep learning and living as richly as possible during this time. Head over to our #AtHomeWithAPH Resource page to find accessible resources for all.

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