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Meet the 2019-2020 APH Scholars!

Each year, EOTs are asked to nominate someone they feel provides outstanding service in their region. Through a scholarship, awardees...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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A High Tolerance for Pain

By Dave Wilkinson I have never aspired to be a role model. The very idea makes me uncomfortable. Part of...

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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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Maricar’s Story: Running

by Maricar Marquez My first triathlon was the Seacrest-TOBAY Triathlon in Oyster Bay, New York. It consisted of three events:...

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