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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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Maria’s Story: Wind Chimes

by Maria Marquez Dykman Growing up, I attended the Florida School for the Deaf and it was there that I developed a passion for art. Then, at the age...

Possibilities: Recreational Experiences of Individuals who are Deafblind: Conclusion & References

Conclusion Participation in recreational and physical activities is an important part of life and can be especially important for people who are deafblind. Benefits of regular active recreation can...

Faye’s Story: Soccer

by Faye Frez-Albrecht When I first attended the American School for the Deaf, I wasn’t sure I would like it; I didn’t want to be educated as a deaf...

APH Online Community Guidelines

Welcome to the APH Online Community! We appreciate the time that our readers take to share ideas and give feedback. We are dedicated to maintaining a respectful community that...

Deciding When to Cross at Uncontrolled Crossings

Instructing someone who is blind or visually impaired how to cross the road is an important O&M skill. Properly gauging the traffic around you can be the difference between...

CVI Conference Filled with Enthusiasm for Change

By Dorinda Rife, Vice President of Educational Services & Product Development at APH In June, APH’s CVI Project Leader and I attended the American Conference on Pediatric Cortical Visual...