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Former Perkins teacher wins Genius Grant
November 17, 2015
Alex Truesdell is honored for her work in adaptive design, which helps children with disabilities live more fulfilling lives.
A partnership that changed the world
October 16, 2015
Steven Hilton and Donald Hubbs of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation are the first ever recipients of the Howe-Fisher Founders Award.
Celebrating a lifetime of service
July 23, 2015
Steve Perreault honored with Anne Sullivan Macy Medal for building Perkins’ programs for children who are blind and deafblind in Latin America
WonderBaby.org founder Amber Bobnar wins National Braille Press volunteer award
June 18, 2015
Perkins employee recognized for her work to make popular picture books more accessible to children who are blind.
Perkins awards Anne Sullivan Macy Medals
May 28, 2015
Recipients honored at 16th World Conference of Deafblind International.
In a league of his own
May 4, 2015
Perkins adapted physical education teacher Matt LaCortiglia recognized for excellence.
Perkins student nominated for A-Plus scholarship
April 27, 2015
Boston’s WCVB-TV airs story about senior at Perkins School for the Blind who has overcome challenges
Dr. Barry Kran honored for his work at the Low Vision Clinic at Perkins
March 24, 2015
Kran and his colleague were recognized for their work to improve vision care for people with disabilities.
Advocacy on display at B.L.I.N.D. Day
March 13, 2015
Perkins students join others in the blindness community at the State House to encourage state funding of critical services.
Perkins' Marla Runyan named 'Hero Among Us' by Boston Celtics
March 6, 2015
Runyan was recognized as being an inspirational role model for athletes who are blind.