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Five reasons why you should run a 5K race (blindfolded)
February 10, 2015
It’s a chance to challenge yourself. Amaze your friends. And help children who are blind.
Seven fascinating facts you probably didn't know about Helen Keller
February 9, 2015
Helen Keller was world-famous as an author and activist. But did you know she had a secret love interest?
Ten ways to boost your communication skills with someone who is deaf
February 6, 2015
Tips and techniques for better communication with people who are deaf.
No stereotypes allowed: six remarkable people who happen to be blind
January 30, 2015
Can people who are blind be U.S. Senators, literary inspirations, horse divers, echolocation experts, professional sports owners? You bet!
Ten tips to prepare your child to learn to read braille
January 29, 2015
Even before children learn to read, there are steps parents can to take to get them ready.
Hey, Mom and Dad, look at me!
January 22, 2015
A panel discussion on what siblings of children with disabilities want parents and caregivers to know.
Liked the Oscar-nominated movie? Borrow the book from Perkins Library
January 22, 2015
Many of this year’s Oscar-nominated films started out as books, which patrons can check out from the Perkins Library.
What's it like to use SUNU?
January 15, 2015
Nine Perkins students and staff were given the opportunity to test-drive it.
The winning Perkins Products story
January 14, 2015
We heard from people using our products or services and we have a winner!
Robotics Weekend ignites the imaginations of future scientists
January 12, 2015
Public school students with visual impairments relish hands-on opportunity to learn the science behind robotics.