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Library records Alzheimer's literature for blind caregivers.
Making Alzheimer's info accessible for people with visual impairments
Contrast sensitivity is the other half of the vision equation.
New low vision research could make clinicians 'Double-Happy'
Teens might feel like there's no one to talk to about growing up blind. Except, that is, an adult who's lived to tell about...
In living color
ELP teachers are only here a short time, but the enthusiasm and expertise they bring has lasting effects on the students and staff at...
ELP changes lives at Perkins and around the world
High school graduates come to Perkins to learn life skills before college.
From apprehension to confidence
Students learn important job skills during a five week training program.
Stacking up: Workshop teaches strategies to young job seekers
The new edition of World Braille Usage is available in a downloadable format.
From Albania to Zimbabwe
ELP participants bring different cultures to Perkins students.
Takeaway: ELP education is only half the story
The Educational Partnership program puts teachers of the visually impaired into the community.
Art is a tactile experience for students with visual impairment.
Touch, explore, create
Colleagues and cohorts comment on Steven Rothstein's remarkable tenure.
A look back at the 11-year tenure of president Steven Rothstein.
The Education of a President