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What Helen Keller Said: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Entire books and websites have been devoted to quotes by Helen Keller. Often the quotes are brief, pleasant, and even...

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Aging and Vision Loss Bookshelf

Many adults lose their vision later in life and may have difficulty adapting to their vision loss, which can have...

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Women’s History Month: An Interview with Stephanae McCoy

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re learning about women making a difference who also have a visual impairment. We...

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The Way We Worked

Lots of changes are afoot here at APH. We are knee deep in construction in the building as part of...

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Phase Boxes and Flat Dots: Preserving Braille Materials in the KSB Alumni Association Collection

Our next-door neighbor the Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB) has a long and rich history, and as such has...

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Ryan Bishop Joins APH Team as New Director of Customer Experience

APH is excited to welcome Ryan Bishop as the new Director of Customer Experience. He brings a wealth of knowledge in...