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Recipients honored at 16th World Conference of Deafblind International.
A monthly opportunity to learn how our Educational Programs support students everywhere, from Perkins’ campus to public schools.
Americans rank blindness among their top four fears, according to a recent survey. Four interviews show it’s not as scary as it sounds.
What is it like to be 26 and blind? Learn how we are preparing our students for transition to independent living. Read the 2014 Annual Report.
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Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.— Helen Keller
28,675 people borrowing braille or audio books from the Perkins Library in the past year
195% increase in children, adults, educators, and caregivers around the world reached by Perkins International in the last five years
15,857 people living more independently thanks to assistive technology from Perkins Solutions
Perkins' WonderBaby.org provides resources, information and support to parents and families raising children who are blind. Ask questions, share your own ideas and connect with other families.
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Here's how you can help prepare children who are blind or visually impaired for a fire emergency in your home.
Perkins spokesperson Jaimi Lard brings the deafblind experience to students at Cambridge School of Weston.
Just in time for the summer theater season, Perkins Library offers a list of local audio-described theater performances.
Perkins' accessible Internet radio station helps students fine-tune their communication skills.