American Printing House for the Blind

Since 1858, The American Printing House for the Blind has operated in Louisville, Kentucky as the world’s largest nonprofit organization creating accessible learning experiences through educational, workplace, and independent living products and services for people who are blind and visually impaired.

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American Printing House for the Blind 
1839 Frankfort Ave
US-40206 Lousiville, KY

Tel. +1 800 223 18 39

Code Jumper – View looking down on table. Small boy using Code Jumper

Code Jumper
Code Jumper™ assists students in learning computer coding and programming skills through a unique, physical system.

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Image of BrailleBuzz, Black with yellow keys. six braille input keys, two spacebars, and twenty-six honey combs above the braille input keys

BrailleBuzz is an instructional tool for young braille learners ages two to five. It encourages practice with braille characters and phonics, similar to a variety of audio-based toys that teach print writing.

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LED Mini-Lite Box
The LED Mini-Lite Box is an all-inclusive person-centered learning tool for students who are visually impaired. Students with CVI and other disabilities can benefit from the Light Box Materials kits and commercially available mounts that can be attached to the LED Mini.

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Category: Braille displays, tactile graphic displays

Picture of MantisQ40 with QWERTY Keyboard, 40 braille cells, in green TPU case

Mantis Q40
With the Mantis Q40, users no longer need to choose between a keyboard or a braille device – at the same time a student or professional is typing on the Mantis, the refreshable braille below the keyboard is providing a multimodal braille complement to the screen reader, making it easier to participate in, and succeed at, school or work.

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Picture of two students holding three Chameleon20s. Each Chameleon in a different protective case

Chameleon ™ 20
Das Chameleon ™ 20 wurde speziell für blinde und sehbehinderte Schüler entwickelt und verbessert mit seiner tragbaren Braillezeile und dem Notetaker die Produktivität der Schüler und das Engagement im Klassenzimmer. Es eignet sich perfekt für den Einsatz innerhalb und außerhalb des Klassenzimmers, um die Braille-Kenntnisse zu verbessern.

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Picture of a small hand drawing a sailboat on the Tactile Doodle

Use TactileDoodle and quickly generate tactile, raised-line graphics to convey a variety of concepts or art within the classroom or at home.

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Category: Associations, institutions, organisations, societies

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APH Press
From books on CVI and orientation and mobility to aging and access technology, APH Press publishes top educational materials in the field of blindness and visual impairment to support teachers, parents, and other educators and care providers.

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Logo – Made up of the words Connect Center with APH Logo to the left of the words

APH ConnectCenter
The APH ConnectCenter offers curated information and resources to assist children, parents, adults, job seekers who are blind or visually impaired, and their associated professionals, leading to greater independence and success in their lives.

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Light Touch Perkins Brailler
This manual brailler keeps the durability, reliability, and the ability to braille wide paper, while also adding several new features to the classic Perkins Brailler®.

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