All Events

E.g., 2020-01-28

Transition Planning: Financial Planning for Two Generations Networking Lunch

February 7 12:00PM | Grousbeck Center Join us in the Grousbeck Center for Students and Technology (GCST) for the fourth [2019-20] in a series of free transition workshops.

Winter Ski Camp

February 9 (All day) | Sugarloaf Mountain (Meet at Perkins) Students enjoy skiing at Sugarloaf Mountain at the annual New England Blind & VI Ski Festival. No previous ski experience needed. (AGES 13-22)

Creating Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes

February 10 (All day) | Online You will use an assortment of the tools and materials described in the book and on video clips to fabricate 8 assistive technology solutions.

Perkins Pre-Employment Program

February 16 5:00PM | Grousbeck Center An experiential course that gives visually impaired young adults the necessary skills and confidence to pursue success in their career. (AGES 16-22)

CVI: What’s the Complexity?

February 29 (All day) | Grousbeck Center The goal is for participants to leave this workshop ready to lead the educational team in designing an appropriate school day for a student with CVI.

Girls Weekend

March 6 5:00PM | Northeast Building Give girls a safe space to learn from each other and female instructors, as well as to give them an opportunity to just be girls. (Ages 13-22)

Differentiating for English Learners

March 14 (All day) | Grousbeck Center Differentiating for English Learners workshop is DESE approved and will meet the SEI/ESL requirements for Teachers of the Visually Impaired.

Vision and the Brain

March 14 (All day) | Grousbeck Center Spend a day with CVI expert! An overview of how the brain is organized with particular focus on the visual system will be presented.

Making A.T. in Minutes for Blind and Low Vision and Multiple Disabilities

March 20 (All day) | Grousbeck Center Participant will fabricate 10 multi use devices that can be used in a total of 30 different ways.

Boys Adventure Weekend

March 20 5:00PM | Northeast Building Give boys a chance to learn from male instructors, and give them an opportunity to just be boys. (AGES 8-14)