Jupiter Portable Magnifier
Braille Trail Reader LE
For parents and teachers of children up to three years of age; use Butterflies and Where’s Little Fuzzy? story books (both with tactile, braille, and print components) to facilitate the skills necessary to build an understanding of language before beginning to read the written word, including: evaluating one’s environment; understanding reciprocal communication; developing listening skills; and more.
Build and discover the different characteristics of bacterial, animal, and plant cells with Build-A-Cell.
Take a journey to the hot, arid climate of the desert and learn all about the animals in it with this tactile coloring book.
The Barraga Visual Efficiency Program (BVEP) evaluates the visual efficiency of, and provides available methods of instruction for, students with low vision who have ocular impairments and who have achieved cognitive developmental skills at or beyond the 3-year-old level.
Start your audio adventure with Audiojack – an audio-based movie comprised only of sound designs that, together, tell a story for your imagination!
Low Vision Materials
These materials from APH aid low vision students with a variety of educational activities, such as learning to use magnification devices.
These tactile graphics help explain the math, geography and other topics to learners who are visually impaired or blind.
APH offers a variety of products to help young children who are blind and visually impaired make a good beginning in education and in daily life.
Educators define core curriculum as the knowledge and skills a student should learn by high school graduation. This foundation, for almost all learning, is generally related to academic subjects.
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Custom Accessible Media
We help you reach vision impaired customers by making your publications accessible.