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Extend your learning. Expand your horizons.

The expanded core curriculum outlines the unique educational needs that students who are blind or visually impaired have beyond the standard core curriculum. They offer a child more choices in life by reinforcing independence, building personal skills and strengths, and by giving them a strong sense of self-confidence in the ability to achieve their life goals.

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Communication Modes and Literacy Education

When communication barriers are gone, a student can be free to express their unique voices, thoughts, and opinions. Our accessible products help them develop the necessary skills to shape their thoughts, feelings, and ideas into effective communication that impacts the world around them.

SAM kit components

SAM – Symbols and Meaning Kit

Learn about people, objects, actions, and places so that you can understand the symbols related to these concepts.

DeafBlind Pocket Communicator Letter Side Close-up

Deaf Blind Pocket Communicator

Easily communicate on the go with this no-tech, pocket-size Communicator, featuring raised lettering!

Read Write Stand front view

ReadWrite Stand

Positioned at one’s preferred angle, this stand helps large print readers to compose and interact with written materials.

Assistive Technology and Electronics

Assistive technology helps unlock a student’s learning potential. While these products aren’t technically part of a curriculum, their role in accessible and effective education for students with visual impairments is undeniable.

Matt Connect with distance camera attached

MATT Connect V2.1

This updated version of the first generation MATT Connect includes an Android 12 tablet. The MATT Connect V2.1 is a compact all-in-one magnifier, distance viewer, and educational tablet.

Video Mag HD

Video Mag HD

The Video Mag HD is a durable and kid-friendly, handheld video magnifier. Request a Demo

Jupiter Portable Magnifier

Jupiter Portable Magnifier

The Jupiter Portable Magnifier is a sleek and compact device that helps users of all ages, who are visually impaired, see the world in high definition. Request a...

Orientation and Mobility

The world is full of reach and meaningful experiences that are for everyone. These tools for teaching the fundamentals of safe and effective travel help break down mobility barriers so that people who are blind or visually impaired can enjoy the journey.

Crossings with No Traffic Control

Through logical, sequenced teaching approaches, independent travelers who are visually impaired will learn to analyze and navigate uncontrolled street crossings.

Tactile Town kit components

Tactile Town: 3-D O&M Kit

An interactive, 3-D model that teaches spatial concepts and cognitive mapping skills.

Career Education and Transition

Moving into adulthood with a solid sense of work aspirations is a big part of building a fulfilling life. Help students discover their future by implementing a well-planned curriculum of career preparation, exploration, and education.

Getting to Know You kit components

Getting to Know You: A Social Skills and Ability Awareness Curriculum

Engage both visually impaired and sighted children in an interactive curriculum designed to promote awareness and understanding of how visually impaired individuals develop social skills.

Black backpack with handle

Transition Tote System: Backpack, Revised

Store all of your assistive technology in this comfortable, spacious backpack.

College Bound front cover

College Bound: A Guide for Students with Visual Impairments

Gives students tools to select and apply to colleges and live on campus with skill and confidence. Important Information, Please Read! This item is made to order or is digital, therefore...

Self Determination

Accessibility often starts by looking within. Understanding abilities and limitations allows one to create a spirit of self-belief that will carry them through life with confidence. Our products enable inner growth and self-actualization for students with visual impairments.

Black backpack with handle

Transition Tote System: Backpack, Revised

Store all of your assistive technology in this comfortable, spacious backpack.

Sunu Band

Using radar and haptic feedback, Sunu Band is an intelligent travel aid which enables people who are blind or who have low vision to confidently and independently explore the...

Getting to Know You kit components

Getting to Know You: A Social Skills and Ability Awareness Curriculum

Engage both visually impaired and sighted children in an interactive curriculum designed to promote awareness and understanding of how visually impaired individuals develop social skills.

Independent Living

We understand that living as independently as possible is a primary goal for many students as well as their families and support networks. Our products give the confidence that nothing will stand in the way of functional daily living and a life of enriched social interactions.

Matt Connect with distance camera attached and calculator app on screen

MATT Connect

The MATT (Magnifier and Tablet Together) Connect is a compact all-in-one magnifier, distance viewer, and educational Android tablet. Note: This version of the MATT Connect has been discontinued. MATT Connect V2.1...

Keitzer Check Writing Guide Demonstrating Use

Keitzer Check-Writing Guide

Writing personal checks is now easier than ever with the Keitzer Check-Writing Guide! Simply feel the locations of the various blanks on a standard sized check, and fill in...

Talking Cooking Thermometer Front View

Talking Cooking Thermometer

A “must have” item to make everyday living easier! Note: Not available with Quota funds.

Visual Efficiency and Low Vision

It’s true that visual acuity affects learning styles. But it’s also true that thorough and systematic training can help student utilize their functional vision efficiently and effectively. These products create a truly accessible learning experience.

SLK kit components

Sensory Learning Kit (SLK)

Use this kit to aid challenged learners by creating daily schedules, lesson plans, and assessments for play or functional routines. Note: The updated Sensing and Learning guidebook includes new...

Reach and Match Learning Kit Sensory Mats Textured Side

Reach and Match Learning Kit

The Reach & Match® Learning Kit is an innovative product that helps students with sensory impairment and other exceptionalities to learn and engage with their peers through deepening cognitive...

CVI Book Builder Guidebook cover

CVI Book Builder Kit

Parents and teachers can build individualized books specific to the needs of their Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) reader with this book-making kit

Recreation and Leisure

Learning can be fun. Accessible recreation and leisure products teach students social and critical thinking skills, and they reinforce core learning like reading and math. And with any luck, these games may just point the way to a student’s lifelong passion.

X/O Game Tokens with Crown O Pieces from Games of Squares kit

Games of Squares

Participate in multiple accessible games, or create your own, with Games of Squares.

Talking Glow Dice Displaying Three Lit Dots

Talking GlowDice

Rolling a die goes accessible!

Rib-It Ball 14 Inch

Rib-It-Ball: Jacob’s, 14 Inch

Rib-it-Balls are easy to grab and have high contrast ribbing. Crinkly fabric in the ribs adds an auditory component.

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