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There is life after vision loss. APH can help.
Life with vision loss certainly comes with its own challenges. But those challenges are surmountable. In fact, there are people and organizations, like APH, advocating and innovating every day to help people with vision loss thrive.
Reliable, free information for all ages on virtually every aspect of vision loss.
The future belongs to everyone.
New products, new technology, and new information are regularly being rolled out to make life more accessible than ever for people with vision loss.
A wealth of knowledge.
APH is as much about providing people with resources and information as it is about inventing new and helpful products. From our publication to our websites packed with useful information, we’re here to help educate and advocate — always.
Accessible Magazines from APH.
APH is proud to provide Reader’s Digest® in braille. Subscribers will receive a free Reader’s Digest® in braille magazine every month through the mail. If you would like to sign up, contact email@example.com or call 502-899-2387.
The National Library Service (NLS) provides Reader’s Digest® in an audio-only form. If you already receive NLS books, you may request Reader’s Digest® in audio. To sign up for an NLS account, visit https://www.loc.gov/nls/.
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