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Film still showing students performing in circus
Video

Deafblind Circus, 1969 Film

A student with CVI learns to spell "Mom" using an accessible touchscreen display
Story

Understanding CVI: What it is & why it’s an enormous crisis

Collage of five book covers showcasing fashion sense booklist
Article

Fashion Sense: Perkins’ Recommended Reads

Slater, who is deafblind, types an email to her Aunt Lori. Photo Credit: Anna Miller
Story

ECC at Perkins: Communicating the importance of compensatory access

Student practices white cane technique as her orientation and mobility instructor observes.
Story

Expanded Core Curriculum: Orientation & mobility in every step

A distorted view of the table with four chairs and lunches on top
Article

What blindness really looks like

A girl in a wheelchair is drawn to a bright gold pom pom.
Story

Five things to know about CVI

Twelve students graduated on Friday from Perkins School for the Blind's Secondary and Deafblind Programs.
Story

Exit strategy

A women smiling while working behind a jewelry counter
Story

Giving teens with visual impairments their first summer jobs

A female wearing a headset talking at a desk using a keyboard
Tips & facts

5 tips to create a disability-inclusive workplace

Examples of digitized materials on Flickr
Guide

Digital collections on the Perkins Archives Flickr site

Curbside pickup, led here by Education Director Pat McCall and Physical Therapist Lori McCall, gave parents a safe way to obtain learning materials for their children.
Story

Learning during the pandemic