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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.
WonderBaby.org founder Amber Bobnar wins National Braille Press volunteer award
June 18, 2015
Perkins employee recognized for her work to make popular picture books more accessible to children who are blind.
iCanConnect program is here to stay
June 16, 2015
The National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution program will continue providing free communication technology to eligible individuals who are deafblind.
Cheers, advice and congratulations
June 12, 2015
Surrounded by family, friends and teachers, 12 members of Perkins School for the Blind’s Class of 2015 celebrate their accomplishments.
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.
Perkins awards Anne Sullivan Macy Medals
May 28, 2015
Recipients honored at 16th World Conference of Deafblind International.
ELP graduates cap their Perkins adventure with diplomas
May 22, 2015
At commencement ceremony, educators from around the world are commended for their dedication to blindness education.
Off to the races
May 19, 2015
Student athletes from five schools for the blind came together at Perkins for annual EAAB Track Meet.
100,000 Braillers and counting
May 18, 2015
WORTH Trust, Perkins Solutions’ partner in India, marks a milestone with assembly of 100,000th Brailler.
May 13, 2015
Antique raised-print book returned 159 years after it was printed at Perkins School for the Blind.