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American Printing House Chooses Phoebe Wood as New Board Chair

Phoebe Wood has been elected to chair the Board of Trustees at American Printing House for the Blind (APH). She...

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New APH Products Coming Soon!

2020 just began, and APH has already launched half a dozen new products! From Code Jumper to Feel the Beat,...

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Code Jumper Now for Sale!

Originally designed by Microsoft and developed by APH, this fun and engaging product is designed to teach students how to...

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STEM Corner: Check out STEM You Can!

Sabina London was inspired to spearhead a program to encourage elementary-age girls to learn about STEM when she was just...

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New Products: December 2019

Math Drill Cards – Now in UEB! Elementary students who are blind or visually impaired can quickly and easily learn...

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Louisville to Become a Center of US Disability History

The Museum at APH just got even cooler! We partnered with our friends at the American Foundation for the Blind...

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Train Your Puppy the Guide Dog Way

Guide Dogs are trusted partners for many people who are blind and visually impaired. We know these adult dogs have...

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APH Tech: Providing Answers to  All of Your Access Questions

Interested in learning more about popular APH products like BrailleBlaster, the Braille Trail Reader LE, and more? The APH Tech...

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Code Jumper: “Instant and Sustained Engagement!”

In January, American Printing House (APH) let a small group of students in Florida experience the future of computer coding....

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Explore Your World With Sunu Band

Coming soon the APH shop: Sunu Band is the newest product to be offered by the APH Innovations line!  ...

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The Theater Belongs to Everyone

For the past 7 years the Museum at APH has put on a unique performance. The actors are all blind...

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The CSUN Synergy – Building a Future That Belongs to Everyone

By Dave Wilkinson Anyone who has attended the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference knows there is nothing quite like it. I...

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