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Learning is Fun with the Braille Trail Reader!

The Braille Trail Reader, or BTR for short, is the perfect display to introduce young children to braille displays. Its...

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Expand Your Music Horizons with the Music Braille Code

Authors: Sarah Welch, Product Specialist; Laura Zierer, Product Manager Schools are getting ready to start back after summer break, and...

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Building Your Braille Literacy Toolkit

Reading and writing are the foundations of a successful education and lifelong learning. Finding the right tools for each student’s...

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APH Is Ready for a Braille Revolution

We’re on a mission to create a groundbreaking electronic braille text and graphics device that revolutionizes braille learning and accessibility....

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The MATT Connect Just Keeps Getting Better

The MATT Connect – a compact, all-in-one magnifier, distance viewer, and educational Android tablet – is flaunting some new upgrades...

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Even Easier Braille: Introducing BrailleBlaster V2!

What is BrailleBlaster Version 2? BrailleBlaster V2 is a near-complete rewrite of how the software functions. It is a step...

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Snap Into Electronics

In science classes, sighted students are taught the basics of electricity, coding, and programming through a variety of hands-on activities....

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Mantis and Chameleon Software Improvements

The Mantis Q40 and Chameleon 20 – two top-of-the-line “hybrid” braille displays from APH- are getting some new upgrades that will...

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Beloved APH Products Get UEB Update

We’ve been hard at work expanding our offering of materials produced in Unified English Braille (UEB). We’re excited to introduce...

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Magnification Rocks with Juno

Our family of quota-eligible magnifiers just got a new member. Named after the space asteroid, Juno is a powerful handheld...

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Play-Based Reach & Match Supports School Readiness, Core Curriculum, and ECC

Barbara Peterson, APH Scholar and vision consultant for the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind, believes the Reach &...

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Sounding out Your Story with Audiojack from APH

“Audiojack has given my son a tool that makes him want to verbalize and talk about what he’s imagining, and...

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Building Your Low Vision Toolkit

Magnification, high contrast, and adjustable lighting are the keys to success in education and daily living for students who have...

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Braille Trail Reader: A Versatile Resource for All Ages

Braille literacy provides people who are blind and visually impaired the ability to learn, spell, read, write, and express themselves...

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Enjoy Paint-by-Number Safari this Winter

Are you starting to go a bit stir-crazy? Maybe you are frantically trying to find fun activities for your children...

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