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Monarch Student Pilot Project Takes Flight

Earlier this year, APH focused on training more than 200 teachers across the country on the Monarch. They, in turn,...

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Blind Roosevelt Graves and the First Recorded Rock & Roll

Did you know that the first recorded rock n’ roll is attributed to a blind musician? The musical group, Blind...

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⁠The Monarch and The TGIL: Bringing a World of Tactile Graphics to Students’ Fingertips

A student who is blind or low vision sees about a dozen tactile graphics in a school year, while their...

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A Tactile Eclipse: How the Monarch is Revolutionizing Tactile Graphics

On April 8th, 2024, North America experienced a total solar eclipse. According to NASA, “99% of people who reside in...

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Seeing Through Someone Else’s Eyes: Bioptic Lenses Pave the Way for Bioptic Driving

Have you ever seen someone who had glasses with what looked like miniature telescopes attached to the lenses? A special...

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APH Celebrates National Library Week!

National Library Week is an annual celebration of the value and impact libraries across the country bring to their communities....

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APH’s Partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Brings Literacy Resources to All Students

Every book is a gateway to learning and exploration. Whether you are listening to a novel or guiding your fingers...

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Exploring the World of Adapted Physical Education: Enhancing Inclusivity for Blind and Low Vision Students- Adapting Traditional PE Activities

Traditional P.E. activities can be found in almost every gym class, so making them accessible is very important. Running, jumping,...

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Mastering the Monarch

The braille metamorphosis has begun! More than 40 teachers from across the U.S. are gathering in Orlando, FL prior to...

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Open the Door to New Learning

Reading is for everyone! Whether using low vision devices or the braille code to access literacy opportunities, the same process...

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National Disability Voting Rights Week 2023

This week is National Disability Voting Rights Week! While this week was formally known as “National Disability Voter Registration Week,”...

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ADA Anniversary 2023: Celebrating an Accessible World

Thirty-three years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law. The ADA protects against discrimination against people...

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Summer Reading Program

Summer is a wonderful time of year when the weather is hot and the kids are out of school, so...

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Transforming Transition

Transition is that stage when a student begins to think outside of the school system and starts to identify and...

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Ellume: Accessible Health Diagnostics for All

Despite advances in modern medicine, infectious diseases still have a major impact on the world as we have seen over...

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