American Printing House For The Blind

The Federal Act to Promote the Education of the Blind was established by Congress in 1879. This act is a means for providing adapted educational materials to eligible students who meet the definition of blindness. An annual registration of eligible students determines a per capita amount of money designated for the purchase of educational materials produced by the American Printing House for the Blind (APH). These funds are credited to Federal Quota accounts, which are maintained and administered by APH and its Ex Officio Trustees throughout the country.

  • Eligibility
  • APH Catalog
    • Individuals not eligible for Federal Quota Funds can still get products, but their school districts will need to purchase materials.