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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

  • 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.

  • As we are planning future features for both the Mantis Q40™ (1-08470-00) and Chameleon 20™ (1-08471-00) braille displays, we’d like to know what you think! Please take a little bit of time to fill out this survey and let us know what features are important to you: Mantis and Chameleon User Survey.

    This survey is for anyone that has, works with, or is interested in these devices.

    For more information please visit the product pages:

  • APH has made available many STEM products over the years. Do you need specific training for the DNA Twist, DNA-RNA Kit, the Protein Synthesis Kit, and our most recent product release, Build-A-Cell? A webinar featuring these products will take place near the end of January 2021, and we would like to address your needs. Please complete our APH STEM product survey as soon as you can!

  • APH is studying the physical, psychological, and psychosocial impact of eye pressing on those who are blind or visually impaired and their families, to determine the need for technology solutions to help intervene and modify the habit. Consistent eye rubbing and/or eye pressing has been proven to cause physical damage to the eyes, including retinal detachment, scratching of the cornea, and globe movement.

    Parents and educators of those who are blind and visually impaired, and adults who are blind and visually impaired are encouraged to respond to a brief survey by Monday, May 31, 2021.

    *Note* this survey is a needs-assessment survey only. You are welcome to provide your first and/or last name, but it is not required. All responses are confidential, and are for internal APH purposes only.