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Meet APH Large Print

Textbooks are a universal classroom staple. Teachers and students rely on their backpacks full of textbooks to contain the information...

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Changes Coming to APH Accessible Textbooks

At the American Printing House for the Blind, we talk a lot about making sure students have the learning tools...

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Same APH Large Print, but Digital!

Are you looking for APH Large Print Titles? APH Large Print Digital books could be for you! The accessible PDF...

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Introducing BrailleBuzz!

BrailleBuzz is a fun new way to get children involved in forming early literacy skills. This instructional toy resembles a...

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BrailleBuzz: An Interactive Braille Learning Experience

by Jessica Minneci Bzzz! Give your child a jump start on learning braille with BrailleBuzz! Shaped like a cartoon bumblebee,...

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Crossword Puzzles for Everyone

  Crossword puzzles are a fun way to pass time and stimulate your mind. When you finish a crossword puzzle,...

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Have you met the littlest pumpkin in the pumpkin patch?

Just in time for Halloween, we have a new tactile and auditory experience for you! You can now read the...

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The Joy Player as an Adult Learning Tool

APH’s Joy Player is a simplified audio player that lets users easily access music and audio books. It’s designed for...

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Snap Circuits Jr.

Preparing young people for the future is what education is all about. More than ever, there’s an emphasis on Science,...

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Reach & Match Learning Kit Stimulates Multiple Senses to Educate and Engage

Every child needs multi-sensory stimulation, even when some of those senses are impaired. That’s why APH now offers the Reach...

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The Tactile and CVI Book Builder Kits

For a typically sighted child who is not yet a reader, visual illustrations offer an important bridge to “making meaning”...

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Angela’s Story: Running

by Angela Theriault I am deaf and have Usher syndrome and am currently the director of the Deafblind Service Center...

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Kevin’s Story: Speed Skating

A deafblind speed skater skates as fast as he can to his dream. by Kevin Frost Like every little boy...

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Jason’s Story: Running

by Jason Corning I am hard-of-hearing and have acromatopsia, which means I have difficulty seeing in bright light. I use...

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Sarah’s Story: Ice Hockey and Tae kwon do

Sarah K. McMillen Ice Hockey I grew up in Albany, New York, and attended a mainstream school in Albany; I...

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