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Finger Walks Lets Everyone Experience the Wonder of Labyrinths

Labyrinths might sound like a great way to get lost, but Maia Scott says they can be a wonderful way...

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2020 Inductees to the Hall of Fame Announced

The Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the tradition of excellence manifested by specific individuals through the history of...

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APH COVID-19 Updates

At APH, we are dedicated to our employees, customers, and community. We’re doing everything we can to be responsible, wise,...

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Jim Sullivan Joins APH Team as Director of Social Enterprise

APH is always looking for ways to remove barriers to education and employment for people who are blind and visually...

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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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Change Makers Podcast

American Printing House has a big goal: a future that belongs to everyone. For more than 160 years APH has...

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Join Virtual Lessons for At-Home Education

Introducing the Virtual ExCEL Academy for Students with Visual Impairments In this time of need, if you are looking for...

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Access Technology Book Advocates for New Terminology

What is it like to live and work with technology in 2020? Technology isn’t just for computer programmers – it’s...

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Accessible Coding: Opening the Door to the Next Generation

“For anyone with a visual impairment, who has some sight, they know the feeling of leaning over and getting close...

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More Than Computer Coding: Learning Together

“It’s like a game, but there are pods, and you can make stories and music.” That’s how 10-year-old Angel Cantu-Rincon...

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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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What is Babies Count?

Data might seem like a boring word, but it’s vitally important to the future of our children. It can influence...

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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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Meet the 2019-2020 APH Scholars!

Each year, EOTs are asked to nominate someone they feel provides outstanding service in their region. Through a scholarship, awardees...

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Looking Forward: Our Braille Technology Roadmap

The future of braille technology at APH is bright and we’re so excited to get to share our plans with...

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