APH ConnectCenter offers three targeted websites – FamilyConnect: focused on the developmental and educational needs of children; APH CareerConnect: focused on career exploration, transition to college, career, and community, and maintaining employment; and VisonAware: focused on adjustment to vison loss through the stories of adults successfully living with blindness and low vison. The APH ConnectCenter websites offer a wide variety of blogs, articles, webinars and recordings about thriving with blindness and low vision across all ages and stages. In addition to the websites, the APH
APH is committed to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in everything we do. These core values are fundamental to the way we work, and are foundational to both the physical products we create and the intangible services and experiences we provide. Universal design is design and composition that can be accessed, understood, and used to the greatest extent possible by all people, regardless of their age or abilities. This is our goal when working to serve the needs of those with no vision, low vision, deafblindess, and CVI.
From tools for the home and classroom, to resources for educators
CID provides intensive assessment-and ability-based academic training and listening and spoken language education for students with hearing loss ages 0 to 12 years. CID serves children birth to 3 in the Joanne Parrish Knight Family Center by helping their families learn to work with them at home. In the toddler classes, children from 18 months to 2 years old receive small-group and one-on-one instruction from experienced teachers of the deaf and speech-language pathologists. The program features remote coaching, home visits and flexible scheduling. In CID's Anabeth and John Weil Early
Perkins School for the Blind's on campus programs serve students with visual impairments, CVI and deafblindness from birth through age 22. Our teachers are experts in working with a broad range of multiple disabilities and implement the Expanded Core Curriculum- helping students access core academics and acquire the social and independent living skills their sighted peers learn incidentally. Since 1829, we have been preparing children and young adults with the education, confidence and skills they need to reach their full potential.
Off campus itinerant teachers of students with visual