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The BEST Grant is a statewide project of professional development and technical assistance dedicated to braille literacy, braille instruction, braille materials, and braille technology in Ohio schools.

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Register eligible students for Federal Quota December 14, 2022 through February 17, 2023.

Annually, the AT&AEM Center conducts the Federal Quota Registration of Blind Students in Ohio to identify eligible infants, students, and adults who qualify for free textbooks and other hands-on learning materials. Districts can make requests to the AT&AEM Center to access the free supplemental materials.

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Logan ProxTalker: The Logan Prox Talker is a picture communication system with voice output. It works just like a PECS book sentence strip except ProxTalker actually talks! The communication symbols, referred to as Sound Tags, are encoded with a unique radio frequency identification code. There are five word-zone buttons so a complete sentence can be formed. Sound Tags are included with the device and are also available to add to a system. There is no programming involved.

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