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Peter’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Rachel’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Products That Change Lives

“APH continues to research and develop high-quality products that stay current in the field,” says Barb Johnson, a Teacher of the Visually impaired for more than 35 years. Part...

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Kay Chase’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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A Mother’s Dedication

I will never be able to thank my Mom enough for learning braille. She knew braille before I did. When I was something like three years old she started taking...

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Stevie Wonder’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Dave’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Jessica’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Larry’s Trail to Braille

This is part of our series on the importance of braille literacy. We asked braille readers about their introduction to the braille system and how braille has changed their...

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Wanting More: It’s All About Freedom

By Dave Wilkinson As a blind person, my immediate world consists of what I can touch, with ancillary information provided through hearing, taste and smell with a few confusing...

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