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Surveys help inform us of the greatest needs in the community so we can gear our efforts on making sure those needs are met. Ongoing surveys are listed below.

Current Surveys

  • Parents! Do you have a child that is using LEGO Braille Bricks in the classroom? Researchers at the University of Edinburgh want to understand the impact of using the LEGO Braille Bricks for children’s learning and skill development. They are inviting your child to take part in research on investigating children’s thoughts, feelings, and perceptions of LEGO Braille Bricks.

  • A significant priority of APH is furthering the exposure and access to coding tools for students who are blind or have low vision, which is why we introduced and are further developing our Road to Code line of products. A student must be an efficient and flexible screen reader user for a successful career in coding. Therefore, APH is seeking information on the various screen readers that are taught in schools today, where instructional barriers are encountered, and how APH can contribute with the various screen reader developers to enhance development of features that are relevant for students and the education field as a whole. Please take our survey.

  • Color-by-Texture Marking Mats Guidebook
    APH currently offers Color-by-Texture Marking Mats (1-03332-00) that allow students to independently choose from among various textures (e.g., rough, bumpy, diagonal striped, zigzag) to transfer to their coloring pages using waxed crayons. If you are familiar with this product, please, take a moment to complete this short survey and indicate how useful each kit component is to your students’ use of the materials. Parents are encouraged to complete the survey as well. Please, contact Karen J. Poppe, Tactile Literacy Product Manager, with questions related to this survey at

  • Collage of four Flip-Over Concept Books covers: Textures, Line Paths, Parts of a Whole, and Fractions

    APH currently offers a variety of Flip-Over Concept Books that address concepts such as textures, line paths, fractions, and more. Please, take a moment to complete this short Flip-Over Concept Books Product Survey to let us know which flip-over books you are currently using with your students and share your ideas for future books.

    Please, contact Karen J. Poppe, Tactile Literacy Product Manager, with related questions to this survey at

    Thank you for your time and creative thoughts!

  • Please give us your feedback by filling out a Customer Satisfaction Survey on the newly released Juno handheld video magnifier with OCR. We would love to know how this magnifier is helping you!

  • In January 2020, APH introduced the Hop-A-Dot Mat (Catalog No. 1-08819-00) that includes the Alphabet Spinner and Number Spinner. If you have used this product with students who are blind and visually impaired, we would love to hear from you to find out how this product is meeting your and your students’ needs. Please, consider taking this short Hop-A-Dot Mat Product Feedback Survey.

    To learn more about the Hop-A-Dot Mat and related spinners, please visit the Hop-A-Dot Mat product page.