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American Printing House for the Blind Inc.

PO Box 6085
1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville
KY
40206-0085
502-895-2405; 800-22
502-899-2274
info@aph.org
http://www.aph.org/aph1.htm

Age Groups Served (please check all that apply:)
Infants and Toddlers (birth - 2 years)
Pre-school
Working
All Ages
Other Ages (specify): 
 
Geographic Areas Served:
Coastal Georgia
Middle Georgia
North Georgia / Atlanta
South Georgia
Statewide - all of Georgia
National
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Serves People with the Following Disabilities (please check all that apply):
Communication limitations
Learning limitations
Motor limitations
Personal care limitations (dressing, toileting, eating, etc.)
Sensory limitations (vision, hearning)
Other Demographics (specify):
 
Financial Eligibility (please check all that apply):
Source will pay for some portion of AT devices / services
Scholarships available
Source accepts private insurance
Source accepts Medicaid
Source accepts Medicare
Other Financial Eligibility details (specify):
 
Does the organization provide AT services?
Information about vendors / devices
Device demonstration
Help choosing right device / system
Help using current device appropriately
Device training
Fabricates special devices or adaptations
Repairs devices
Loans devices
Device rental
Financial help for device purchase
Help with insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare claim appeals
Technical assistance
Service coordination
Program advocacy
AT workshops
Other AT Services (specify) :
Does the organization provide AT Funding?
If yes, please indicate what services are provided; check all that apply)
Source sells devices
Source leases devices
  Source loans device or money
Source gives device free of charge
Source pays for at least part of device cost
Other Funding Details (specify):
 
Please indicate what types of AT devices the organization provides or provides services for:  (check all that apply)
Adapted toys
Communication
Computer access
Daily living devices
Educational aids
Environmental units
Hearing aids
Home modifications
Job Accommodations
Medical devices / supplies
Prosthetics / orthotics
Recreational aids
Seating / positioning
Vehicle modifications
Vision aids
Wheeled mobility
All AT devices
 
Comments (any other information you would like us to include about your organization):
Persons of all ages who meet the legal definition of blindness (central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye with correcting glasses or peripheral field of vision no greater than 20 degrees). Persons must be enrolled in a formally organized public or private nonprofit educational program at a less than college level who will use the materials as part of their educational program (ranging from early intervention programs to programs for senior citizens including those in community-based and residential settings). Students must be enrolled with the registering school or agency on the first Monday in January of the year in which materials will be requested. Adults to be registered must be receiving a minimum of 20 hours of instruction per week in an educational program.