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Summer Fun at the 2021 Virtual ExCEL Camp

Camping is a huge part of summer vacation. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented many children from participating in a...

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Building Your Math Toolkit

Math plays a critical role in education. It strengthens students’ analytical thinking and reasoning skills, allowing them to effectively solve...

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Introducing the APH ConnectCenter Transition Hub

Just in time for the new school year, the new APH ConnectCenter Transition Hub is a one-stop, easy-to-use, searchable resource...

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Building Your Music Toolkit

Want to support your student’s budding interest in music? We’ve got you covered. Get moving and grooving with this list...

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#ADA31: Celebrating Access and Inclusion

Today we celebrate the 31st anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, more commonly known as the...

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Babies with CVI Now Available from APH Press

CVI is a neurological visual disorder caused by damage to the areas of the brain that process vision. According to...

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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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APH’s Road to Code

A thread of possibilities, including career opportunities in the ever-expanding computer science field, will unravel as students learn to code....

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Web Accessibility is Beautiful and Delicious 

Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! A primary focus of GAAD is ensuring that web content is accessible. It is...

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#AtHomeWithAPH Resources

We’re all familiar with the effects that social distancing, self-quarantine, and canceled in-person services are having on our day-to-day lives....

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Why Make Your Social Posts Accessible?

Like options in many types of software programs, options for posting via social media platforms can raise accessibility issues for...

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Universal Design From the Start

May 20 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). As a person who identifies as blind, I am an advocate for...

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Virtual ExCEL Summer Camp

You’re Invited! Is your child ready to have some summer camp fun? We know large gatherings, including summer sports and...

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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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Learning Fractions With Our Flip-Over Concept Book

Are you trying to help your child understand why 1/4 is greater than 1/5? Or why 0.10 is equal to...

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