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From the experts at Perkins School for the Blind, resources and thought leadership on hundred of topics for children with multiple, complex disabilities, their families, and educators, from lesson plans to transition plans, from orientation and mobility to assistive technology.

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A young boy sits at his classroom desk, smiling and looking down at his slantboard. On his left, a female teacher assistant smiles and gazes at the student. In the background, a green wall and an alphabet poster.

Perkins Latin America & Caribbean Newsletter

Young woman with a long cane.
Guide

How I learned to navigate my internship building with low vision

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Tips and facts

Google Lens review for low vision

In a classroom, a round table with a teacher and four students engaging in activities. On the table, there are various school materials such as notebooks, pencil cases, pens, and water bottles. In the background, other students are sitting at desks, facing the chalkboard."
Story

Shaping the future: Perkins International Academy evolves towards inclusive education

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Activity

Lucky leprechaun lessons

The 2023 graduates of the Education Leadership Program pose with arms raised in front of the Howe building
Article

Where are they now? Checking in with our 2023 International Scholars leadership projects

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Activity

Monster: Note taking skills

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Story

Space Camp: Helping students with disabilities reach new heights

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Article

Speech Central update

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Article

BrailleBlaster 2.1.5 update

Young child using a braille display paired with a tablet.
Activity

Writing with a braille display: Lists part 3

A student walks with a cane in one hand with the other on the teacher's arm as a guide. Another student walks behind them using a guide cane as well.
Guide

Inclusive interactions: Six accessibility best practices