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If nobody thinks you can, then you have to.
Physical fitness, an active lifestyle, exercise – no matter what you call it, it’s a good way to have fun, be healthy, keep a good frame of mind, and reduce stress. Everyone deserves to have fun and stay active, and that’s why we’re here – to help create new tools, educate, advocate, and inspire.
Physical Education Classes
APH offers a variety of resources to help kids, parents, and teachers navigate the world of physical fitness, recreation, and health.
Use this tether and accompanying talking pedometers to walk/run safely with a human guide.
TheReach & 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 understanding.
Rib-it-Balls are easy to grab and have high contrast ribbing. Crinkly fabric in the ribs adds an auditory component.
Physical Education Equipment
From jump ropes to balls, pedometers to tennis kits, APH offers equipment to make physical education activities accessible to students who are blind and visually impaired.
Tennis begins with love! The new 30-Love Tennis Kit is great for practicing sound localization and socialization, and meets national physical education standards.
This durable, rechargeable ball can be used to improve motor skills, play games, and practice sound localization skills.
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Looking for a way to stay active, during the cold winter months? Try tennis! Tennis is non-impact, provides great cardio,...
When someone first told Marla Runyan about the lack of sports opportunities for children with visual impairments, she didn’t believe...