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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

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