Perkins teacher Sharon Stelzer adapts every lesson to the unique interests, personalities and abilities of her students.
Americans rank blindness among their top four fears, according to a recent survey. Four interviews show it’s not as scary as it sounds.
For 95 years, Perkins has been teaching international educators how to improve blindness education in their home countries.
A new Perkins study explores how technology is revolutionizing the way people who are blind read, write and communicate.
The FCC’s iCanConnect program makes it possible for thousands of people with deafblindness to stay in touch with family and friends through the power...
A conversation with Martin Kieti
Inspired by her daughter, a British mother starts a campaign to put a Perkins SMART Brailler in the hands of every U.K. child who is blind
An eye-opening trip to Argentina reveals how Perkins International’s support has energized blindness education in Córdoba Province. Will the rest of...
Perkins graduate Beverly Grady has spent three decades making her hometown a more welcoming place for people who are blind.
At a summer Outreach program, teens and young adults who are blind master essential living skills, from cooking a meal to loading a dishwasher.
For five decades, Pietro Fusco has assembled Perkins Braillers, bringing the power of braille literacy to people all around the world.
Frederic M. Clifford and his family have been connected to Perkins School for the Blind for 70 years, but the impact of his leadership may last even...