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Student using an tablet

Perkins collaborating on innovative new mobile audio games for people who are blind

Blindfold Racer is one of two mobile gaming apps that will be released by Perkins Products.

Perkins Library Director Kim Charlson

A TV that talks back

Comcast visited Perkins on November 10 to unveil the talking guide, and to install it on a television in the Grousbeck Center for Students & Technology.

Dave Power

Perkins CEO Dave Power to speak at Nov. 16 TEDxBeaconStreet event

Power will outline the technological breakthroughs that make it possible for people who are blind to succeed in careers.

Dave Power, Corinne Grousbeck & Fred Clifford

Corinne Grousbeck named chair of Perkins Board of Trustees

Grousbeck succeeds Frederic M. Clifford, who served as Chair since 2008.

LightAide inventor Dr. Catherine Rose with Dan Cerutti of IBM

LightAide inventor named 'Rising Star' by Boston Children’s Hospital

The woman behind the LightAide, Dr. Catherine Rose, was honored for her invention.

Ustraap co-founders Cuauhtli Padilla and Marco Trujillo with Perkins CEO & President Dave Power.

And the winner of the 2014 Perkins Technology Prize is… Ustraap

Wristband navigational device secures award for Mexican innovators

Brian and Kim Charlson with Mary Lou Maloney (center) after receiving the Mary Lou Maloney Award.

'Dynamic Duo' Kim and Brian Charlson honored for advocacy work

They received the Mary Lou Maloney Award from the Disability Policy Consortium at its Annual Reception on October 23.

Lower School student Prasha reads her section of the story

Perkins students participate in global Read for the Record event

Students read from braille books, large print books, electronic notetakers with refreshable braille displays and more.

Veteran's Day Info Session

Educational Forum & Open House

Join us for our Educational Forum and Open House on November 11.

Job Fair for Individuals with Visual Impairments

Job Fair generates optimism and interviews for blind job-seekers

Recruiters from more than 30 local companies, state agencies and nonprofits came to meet qualified candidates with visual impairments.