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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.
ELP graduates ready to share their knowledge with the world
June 3, 2013
Twelve graduates of Perkins' Educational Leadership Program received their diplomas in late May at an emotional ceremony.
Point of Entry
March 24, 2013
A five-day journey to India was the first of its kind designed to bring donors face to face with the children their generosity supports year after year.
ELP changes lives at Perkins and around the world
December 4, 2012
ELP teachers are only here a short time, but the enthusiasm and expertise they bring has lasting effects on the students and staff at Perkins.
Flashlight Amounts to Beacon of Hope for Guatemalan Family
November 5, 2012
A visit from a Perkins vision specialist shone a light on Arlen that changed her world forever.
A Proud Mother: Son Finds Autonomy Through Massage Therapy
July 5, 2012
Born with visual impairments and multiple disabilities, Beam proudly uses his earnings as a massage therapist to support his mother.