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Deafblind camp unites students and teachers
June 17, 2014
Students in Thailand made memories that will last a lifetime at a deafblind camp organized by Perkins International.
The rise of Mali dom: a regional resource in the Balkans
May 14, 2014
Since 1997, Mali dom has provided services to more than 1,300 children and adolescents with multiple disabilities and visual impairment (MDVI).
International ELP graduates honored
May 14, 2014
Class speaker Eric Gama calls on classmates to be "ambassadors of Perkins."
Independence blooms from a simple piece of fabric
March 11, 2014
Sewing has become more than a hobby for Alicia — it's a profitable business and a tremendous source of pride.
A place for Gonzalo
February 11, 2014
When Gonzalo's family in Argentina couldn't find a school that met his needs, they started their own learning center.
Q&A: Helping people understand that disability is not inability
December 20, 2013
A Q&A with Africa Regional Coordinator Angela Affran
Parents start a school and create a community of hope
December 16, 2013
SOBTI Vocational Training Center was the first school the Mumbai region of India to accept children with multiple disabilities.
Takeaway: ELP education is only half the story
October 21, 2013
ELP participants bring different cultures to Perkins students.
Former director named to APH Hall of Fame
October 17, 2013
Collins promoted Perkins' steadfast belief in every child's right to an education, no matter their disability.
Q&A: Updating World Braille Usage
August 15, 2013
Aubrey Webson talks about the importance of braille.