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Perkins International wins web award
October 27, 2017
ELP Community earns praise for connecting hundreds of teachers around globe.
Lower School pre-vocational teacher earns national recognition
October 26, 2017
Cathy Mills received the 2017 Outstanding Teacher of Students who are Blind/Multiply Impaired award on Oct. 11.
Perkins staffer honored as a top employee who is blind in Massachusetts
June 9, 2017
Jerry Berrier is lauded for exemplary on-the-job achievements, and proof that ‘vision is not required for success.'
Honored for service to the deafblind community
March 6, 2017
Graciela Ferioli, Argentina’s first teacher of the deafblind, receives Perkins’ prestigious Anne Sullivan Macy Medal.
BlindWays app voted favorite new product
January 13, 2017
Mass Innovation Night’s crowd honors Perkins’ smartphone app that helps people who are blind locate bus stops.
Perkins International's 'renaissance woman'
December 6, 2016
Marianne Riggio receives Perkins’ prestigious Anne Sullivan Macy Medal for service to deafblind community.
Perkins parent honored for going 'above and beyond'
May 5, 2016
WonderBaby.org founder Amber Bobnar’s work has touched thousands of families of children with disabilities.
'Miracle Worker' Anne Sullivan inducted into Irish American Hall of Fame
April 29, 2016
Perkins graduate honored for groundbreaking work with Helen Keller, which transformed education for children with deafblindness.
Google.org awards grant to Perkins to build 'micronavigation' app
April 12, 2016
Innovative mobile app will help people who are blind locate bus stops and other precise locations, making public transportation more accessible.
Helen Keller's forgotten Oscar
February 25, 2016
She’s best known as an activist and author, but the deafblind icon also had a moment in the Hollywood spotlight.