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#ADA31: Celebrating Access and Inclusion

Today we celebrate the 31st anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, more commonly known as the...

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Why Make Your Social Posts Accessible?

Like options in many types of software programs, options for posting via social media platforms can raise accessibility issues for...

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Universal Design From the Start

May 20 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). As a person who identifies as blind, I am an advocate for...

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The Crack of the Bat, the Roar of the Crowd

It’s baseball’s Opening Day April 1, but a lot of Toronto Blue Jays fans aren’t as happy about the start...

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Making Standardized Tests Accessible  

What do you think of from October to April? Is it pumpkin spice, the holidays, Cyber Monday, basketball season, and...

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APH Welcomes Tai Tomasi as New Director of Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion

We’re pleased to announce that Tai Tomasi has been hired as the Director of Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion. Tai has...

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App Smackdown

In our virtual, technology-driven world, we use apps and programs daily to function. Let’s try a new one out to...

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Dear Teachers

Who knows what you need better than you? Well, no one does, of course! It is time to start using...

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How to Find the Silver Linings, Even in a Pandemic

After Meghan and Tyler Stott’s daughter, Kaitlin, was born in 2009 with albinism, she was fortunate to have the services...

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Behind The Scenes: The Making of Code Jumper

Andrew Moulton is used to experiencing a lot of “firsts.” As the Director of Technical and Manufacturing Research, he spends...

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Around the World with Your White Cane

The white cane is a mobility device that supports independence for people who are blind or visually impaired as they...

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Innovation Starts Here

Something big is coming to APH. For the first time ever, we’re offering a product line for all ages, featuring...

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The Bird Box Challenge: Don’t Mistake a Blindfold for Blindness

Netflix has made it clear: don’t try the Bird Box Challenge – it’s dangerous. If you don’t know what the...

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Meet APH Large Print

Textbooks are a universal classroom staple. Teachers and students rely on their backpacks full of textbooks to contain the information...

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Using Audio for Accessibility

How can your organization or business reach someone who is blind but may not be braille literate? Many Americans who...

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