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Ten accessible holiday activities and gift guides for children who are blind
November 26, 2014
Who doesn't love the holidays? It's a time for good food and family get togethers, holiday parties and home-made gift making.
Blind etiquette: six ways to be gracious around people with visual impairments
November 25, 2014
Make your next interaction with someone who is visually impaired easier and more comfortable – for both of you.
MassChallenge - Perkins assistive technology prize
October 27, 2014
Perkins and MassChallenge want to ensure that new innovative concepts are allowed to become a reality.
Blankets for babies project encourages tactile exploration
October 24, 2014
Tactile baby blankets promote sensory exploration
Perkins Library: More than meets the eye
August 20, 2014
Talking books can help those unable to read traditional print due to cognitive or physical disabilities, including blindness.
Score: The music was in his head. Braille let the world tune in
August 14, 2014
Braille was second string when it came to music – until it came time to write the tunes down
Liverpool FC pros share soccer tips with students
July 24, 2014
Students tried a new sport with tips and encouragement from the game's very best.
Congratulations Perkins Class of 2014
June 13, 2014
The Class of 2014 celebrated the culmination of their Perkins journey at the annual Commencement Ceremony.
Ten quirky things that (really) annoy people who are blind
February 4, 2013
From tiny stickers on fruit to impossible-to-open packaging, these are the things that exasperate people who are blind
In living color
November 4, 2012
Teens might feel like there's no one to talk to about growing up blind. Except, that is, an adult who's lived to tell about it.