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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 (AFB) to bring two amazing collections to Louisville. “Life...

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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 been specially trained, but did you know the hard...

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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 site has information about product features and updates, user...

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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. Gathered around tables at an after-school program, students fiddled...

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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!   So, what’s a Sunu Band? It’s similar to a...

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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 or visually impaired, and most read from embossed braille...

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Helen Keller – A Role Model in Optimism and Activism

138 years ago, one of the most famous figures in history, Helen Keller, was born. In commemoration of Helen, it is important to look back on her optimistic perspective...

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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 went to my first CSUN in 1999, just 3...

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Thriving with Vision Loss: Introducing the APH ConnectCenter

“Your site has been an invaluable resource for my family and myself. I am so thankful that you guys take the time to compile information for families that would...

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