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The role of braille literacy in the digital age
October 6, 2015
Q&A with John Price, who is bringing Perkins Solutions’ innovative technology to Africa Forum.
A life-changing connection
September 29, 2015
The FCC’s iCanConnect program makes it possible for thousands of people with deafblindness to stay in touch with family and friends through the power of technology.
Welcome to the future of literacy
September 29, 2015
A new Perkins study explores how technology is revolutionizing the way people who are blind read, write and communicate.
Power in the eye of the beholder
September 25, 2015
A breakthrough technology is helping non-verbal Perkins students use their limited vision to communicate.
The awesome power of apps
July 31, 2015
For people who are blind, smartphone apps make it easier to accomplish everyday tasks, such as sorting mail and ordering groceries.
LightAide dazzles kids with eating difficulties
July 20, 2015
At New Jersey therapy center, medically complex children respond enthusiastically to LightAide’s bright lights and colors.
New leadership announced for Perkins Solutions
July 16, 2015
Bill Oates brings reputation as high-tech leader and innovator to new role at Perkins’ assistive technology division.
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.
In a league of his own
May 4, 2015
Perkins adapted physical education teacher Matt LaCortiglia recognized for excellence.
Creating libraries that everybody can use
April 30, 2015
With help from Perkins, Auburn Free Public Library has become a truly accessible community resource.