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Call for Art- APH Insights Art Competition

“I get so happy, I can’t quit smiling. It means I did it! I continued to make high-quality art, even after sight loss.” – Artist Lynda McKinney Lambert. We believe that artists who are blind should have a place to showcase their work. InSights Art is an annual juried competition for artists of all ages...

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Call for Art- APH Insights Art Competition

“I get so happy, I can’t quit smiling. It means I did it! I continued to make high-quality art, even after sight loss.” – Artist Lynda McKinney Lambert. We...

APH Wins CES Innovation Award for Code Jumper

We’ve been working hard to get Code Jumper, an inclusive way to teach computer coding, ready for students who are blind and visually impaired and their sighted peers. That’s...

8 STEM Products for Inclusive Classrooms

We’re celebrating National STEM Day by sharing some of our favorite STEM classroom tools with you. From protein synthesis to planetary exploration, let’s make sure all students have equal...

Radio Waves: An original APH production hits the stage

There’s a click, some static, and then you start to hear it – you’ve tuned in to your favorite evening radio program. Practical sound effects, famous guest stars, and...

Jupiter Joins Family of Quota Magnifiers

The stars have aligned, and Jupiter is now on quota! Our family of quota-eligible magnifiers just welcomed another addition! The Jupiter Portable Magnifier is a simple and easy-to-use magnifier,...

NEW PRODUCT: Health Education for Students With Visual Impairments

APH is excited to release Health Education for Students With Visual Impairments: A Guidebook for Teachers. The book draws on the expertise of five seasoned professors and teachers. Covering...