Perkins proudly awarded the inventors of two innovative assistive technologies each with a $25,000 prize to develop their prototypes late last year.
Gov. Deval Patrick visited Perkins' campus to discuss his memoir A Reason to Believe.
The first joint General Assembly of the World Blind Union (WBU) and the International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment (ICEVI), held in Bangkok, Thailand, in late 2012, left Perkins Library Director Kim Charlson feeling optimistic.
Teachers and parents can now take the classroom with them on their iPads and iPhones.
Two of Boston's most famous sports voices - Joe Castiglione and the late Carl Beane - narrate Tim Wakefield's book "Knuckler"
Nearly four decades of service have made Peter Walsh an integral part of Perkins.
A weekly cab ride became a road to friendship for volunteer Maddie Freeman.
Liz Hazen challenges herself to do as much good as possible—including learning braille.
Returning to his Perkins roots brings volunteering full circle for Jim Duffy.
Brad Lisle, a producer at media production company Firefox Interactive, recently sat in on a Perkins Secondary physics class to observe teacher Drew Cumming's lesson on sound waves and frequencies.
Backpacking SMART Brailler Event introduces families across the country to an interactive, intuitive way to learn braille.
A trip to India underscored the critical need for Perkins' global initiative. But it also shed light on how close to home Perkins' international mission truly is.
National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program brings distance communications technology—and the training to use it—to users' doorsteps