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Why first-graders love Helen Keller
November 22, 2016
Nearly 50 years after her death, the story of Perkins’ most famous student fascinates a new generation of youngsters.
Making airports more deafblind-friendly
November 15, 2016
Perkins spokesperson Jaimi Lard tells Logan Airport managers about her travel experiences as a person with deafblindness.
Songs for success
October 21, 2016
What I do: Music therapist Kiera Thompson uses the power of music to help Perkins students achieve their goals.
At home with Amira
October 18, 2016
Snapshots of a family from Argentina, whose daughter with deafblindness has started attending school.
Love is deafblind
October 12, 2016
In rural Uganda, Perkins International helps high school sweethearts Walubo and Halima beat the odds and build a life together.
Students have questions, Ask Bob has answers
October 12, 2016
A unique program helps Perkins students learn from the experts about on-campus construction projects.
Celebrating the start of a new school year
September 7, 2016
Students return to Perkins School for the Blind for a new year of learning, laughter and growth.
Driverless vehicle tested at Perkins
September 2, 2016
Optimus Ride partners with Perkins to test self-driving technology that will revolutionize transportation for people who are blind.
Remembering the Helen Keller of Southeast Asia
July 8, 2016
Former Perkins student Theresa Chan Poh Lin, who was deafblind, left an unforgettable impression on everyone who met her.
Study suggests new socializing strategy for CHARGE kids
July 6, 2016
Teens who are deafblind can improve socialization skills with structured play, finds new study coauthored by Perkins staffers.