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Meet APH Scholar, Nabiha Mujahid

APH congratulates Nabiha Mujahid, nominated by EOT, Robin King, for being selected as a 2020-2021 APH Scholar. A biochemistry major...

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Meet APH Scholar Colin Montoya

APH is excited to recognize Colin Montoya, nominated by EOT, Jared Leslie, as one of our 2020-2021 APH Scholars. Colin...

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A TVI’s Simple Solutions for Elementary Students

Sometimes, it is those simple, low-tech materials that make all the difference. We spoke with Elizabeth Umphress, a Teacher of...

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A TVI’s Perspective: Tools for Young Learners

Why did a nurse hang up her scrubs to become a TVI? We spoke with Andrea Amestoy about her journey...

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APH Behind the Scenes: A Look At The People and Processes that Bring You Braille

APH is known for producing a plethora of braille materials for our customers. But, how exactly does a file get...

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Larry Skutchan: Access Tech Visionary Retires

Modern technology has had so many contributors to its success, growing from the foundations laid by industry giants, such as...

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VP Gary Mudd Announces Plans to Retire

Gary Mudd, VP of Government and Community Affairs, has announced his plans to retire from APH in January 2021. If...

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Finger Walks Lets Everyone Experience the Wonder of Labyrinths

Labyrinths might sound like a great way to get lost, but Maia Scott says they can be a wonderful way...

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When Going to School Isn’t an Option, Teachers and Parents Get Creative

You’d never know by talking to him that Nick Hadfield thinks teaching from home while parenting can be a test...

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How to Find the Silver Linings, Even in a Pandemic

After Meghan and Tyler Stott’s daughter, Kaitlin, was born in 2009 with albinism, she was fortunate to have the services...

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Five Thousand Miles. One Month. Four Million Children Who Are Visually Impaired.

Photo Credit: Northwest Association for Blind Athletes, Camp Spark Program Vinicious (Vinny) tosses a ball and listens for it to...

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Meeting You Where You Are

The APH ConnectCenter Information and Referral Line (I&R) gets every kind of question you can imagine about being blind or...

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The Mind Behind the Mantis Q40

A seasoned and highly regarded member of the field of blindness, Larry Skutchan is a tech guru, always finding new...

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Donna McClure-Rogers: Developing Great Ideas at Work and at Home

Donna McClure-Rogers knows what it’s like to be a young person who is visually impaired and struggling to learn due...

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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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