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Perkins becomes first campus in the nation to collaborate with Aira
January 23, 2018
New technology utilizes wearable devices to instantly connect users with sighted assistants.
October 6, 2017
Inside Perkins International’s bold new plan to reach 6 million children around the world.
Perkins launches global teacher training program
June 14, 2017
Perkins International Academy unveiled at United Nations in effort to train 1 million special educators by 2030.
Perkins hosts expert panel at United Nations
June 13, 2017
At global disability conference, educators and advocates explore ways to educate world’s most vulnerable children.
Inspiration abounds at 12th annual Perkins Possibilities Gala
May 5, 2017
The annual event raised $1 million to support education for students with visual impairment.
Q&A: The transformative power of generosity
April 24, 2017
David Whalen is Perkins' first Chief Development Officer.
First-ever 'BlindNewWorld Week' aims to shatter misconceptions about blindness
March 9, 2017
Massachusetts governor urges Commonwealth residents to break down barriers between people who are blind and sighted.
Perkins welcomes new chief development officer
December 12, 2016
David Whalen will lead fundraising efforts to expand Perkins’ programs and initiatives around the world.
Perkins International's 'renaissance woman'
December 6, 2016
Marianne Riggio receives Perkins’ prestigious Anne Sullivan Macy Medal for service to deafblind community.
We're blind, not invisible
October 12, 2016
It’s time to change how the world views people who are blind. A bold new social change campaign, #BlindNewWorld, aims to do just that.