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Splash Into Summer with Sports Camps

Photos compliments of S.E.E. Camp, North Carolina It’s that time again. Time to sign up for summer camp! Camps are...

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Building Your Fine Arts Toolkit

We believe art is for everyone! Students and adults who are blind and visually impaired should not be denied the...

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Coming Soon: Step-By-Step, Second Edition

We’re happy to announce our plans to release the second edition of this popular interactive computer-based curriculum that provides step-by-step...

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Tips From an Educator for State Testing Success

Tools for a Good Foundation As with any building, a good foundation is key. Exposing students to tactile and enlarged...

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Building Your Student Testing Toolkit

Take tests with confidence using accessible tools and materials! Students who are blind or visually impaired may need access to...

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Making Standardized Tests Accessible  

What do you think of from October to April? Is it pumpkin spice, the holidays, Cyber Monday, basketball season, and...

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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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The SLK Is on the Go—Turbo on the Go!

The switch-adapted Caframo fan that teachers and learners love, and has been in the Sensory Learning Kit since its beginning...

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Celebrating Low Vision with the Light Box Story

From the Past to the Present Long ago, creative teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs) had to make their...

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Reach & Match Multisensory Approach Supports Children with Low Vision

Most children with low vision are attracted to bright colours, tactile objects, and auditory components. A multisensory approach integrates sensory...

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Evaluating Key Skills for Students with Low Vision

Natalie Barraga once said, “The more you look, the more you see.” Her groundbreaking research decades ago revolutionized instruction 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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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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Teaching Students With Visual Impairments About COVID-19 Disease

Are you looking for resources to help teach your students about COVID-19? We’ve got good news! A supplement to APH’s Health...

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Developing Pre-Braille Skills with Reach & Match in a Fun Way

Happy National Braille Literacy Month and welcome to a brand-new 2021! During my master’s research, I found myself amazed by...

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