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The first steps on the path to lifelong learning.

Every child deserves a chance for quality education, and students with visual or multiple impairments are no exception. Sometimes, however, they need a few extra tools. That’s why we’re here.

Multiple Disabilities.

We’re here to help you break down barriers so you can learn your way.

More tools and resources.

Accessible Textbooks

Tactile Literacy Tools

Tools for Teachers

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