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iCanConnect program is here to stay
June 16, 2015
The National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution program will continue providing free communication technology to eligible individuals who are deafblind.
Registration reopens for 6th Africa Forum
June 5, 2015
Africa’s largest gathering of blindness advocates, leaders and educators takes place in Uganda in October 2015.
100,000 Braillers and counting
May 18, 2015
WORTH Trust, Perkins Solutions’ partner in India, marks a milestone with assembly of 100,000th Brailler.
Creating libraries that everybody can use
April 30, 2015
With help from Perkins, Auburn Free Public Library has become a truly accessible community resource.
Improving outcomes for children with CVI
April 27, 2015
Perkins’ new training and endorsement program is backed by expert Christine Roman.
April 24, 2015
Teachers get in front of the camera to share their expertise in Perkins eLearning’s short videos.
Online class pushes all the right buttons for Virginia teacher
April 15, 2015
Assistive technology class from Perkins eLearning gives one TVI innovative ideas to make learning easier for students with multiple disabilities
How the evolution of the brailler expanded braille literacy
April 6, 2015
For more than 60 years, the Perkins Brailler has made it easier for people who are blind to communicate with the world around them.
The stars come out in accessible e-book
March 25, 2015
A free downloadable e-book turns science and astronomy into interactive fun for every student.
Three tips to make your website accessible for people with disabilities
March 23, 2015
People who are blind or otherwise disabled use the Internet, too – and they’d love to access your digital content.