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Paperless Versa Slate Braille Writer
Go Paperless with the Versa Slate Braille Writer from Adaptations
This sleek paperless Braille slate is designed to hold 4 lines containing up to 20 cells each.
Sheri Albers against a bright blue background
Welcoming Employment Get-Togethers Going strong – Virtually
The next 30% & Growing is this Thursday, November 18 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Close up image of a group of sealed glass bottles containing the vaccine
Get Your COVID-19 Booster Vaccinations at Our San Francisco headquarters
We are pleased to welcome members of our community, their friends and families and members of the wider community to
Orientation and Mobility specialist, Anegla Reynolds, poses with two TMAPs she has embossed for clients in Australia
How TMAP Reinvigorated How Angela Reynolds Serves Students
We chatted with O&M instructor Angela Reynolds of the Orientation and Mobility Association of Australia (OMAA) about her experience with
Lord of the Ring "Middle Earth Tactile Map Bundle" created by LightHouse's MAD Lab
Adaptations Has New One-of-a-Kind Products
One of the greatest benefits of shopping with Adaptations is our collection of one-of-a-kind items designed and produced in-house by
Pam sits behind a child wearing glasses who is reaching into a silver bowl Pam holds
Hitting the Ground Running
Meet the leader of LightHouse Little Learners
Catherine in an art studio surrounded by her paining and hugging her guide dog, Andrea
LightHouse Student and Distinguished Blind Artist Catherine Chong, Showcases Her Tactile Painting at Palo Alto Art Center
The Palo Alto Art Center premiered their new exhibit, The Art of Disability Culture, on Saturday September 11.
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