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Perkins showcases technology & programs at Abilities Expo

The Abilities Expo will be at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on Sept. 5-7, 2014.

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Liverpool FC pros share soccer tips with students

Students tried a new sport with tips and encouragement from the game's very best.

Watertown Riverfront Park Groundbreaking

Perkins joins groundbreaking for accessible trail

Perkins CEO and President Dave Power joined state and local officials to break ground on new Braille Trail.

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Perkins honors passing of graduate & deafblind icon

Dr. Robert J. Smithdas died July 17 at age 89.

Television journalist Gary Gillis moderating the forum in front of attendees who are all seated.

Gubernatorial Candidates Attend Forum on Disabilities

Candidates discussed a range of issues facing the disability community from employment to health care.

Perkins Commencement 2014

Congratulations Perkins Class of 2014

The Class of 2014 celebrated the culmination of their Perkins journey at the annual Commencement Ceremony.

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Perkins to host Gubernatorial Candidates Forum

Candidates will take questions from constituents and discuss disability policy issues on Thursday, June 26.

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Educator Receives National Honor

Betsy McGinnity lauded for outstanding work in the field of multiple disabilities and deafblindness.

Dorinda Rife, Kathy Sheehan and Dave Power accepting the award.

Pond restoration wins environmental preservation award

Perkins recognized by the Watertown Historical Commission for its restoration of Perkins Pond.

Perkins Secondary students and members of Boy Scout Troop 3 from Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, explored the trails of Newton’s Norumbega Park Conservation Area.

Students, local Scouts test adventurous spirit

The Blind Ambassador project seeks to share the Boy Scouts' love of hiking with people who are blind or visually impaired.