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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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Colorful periodic table

Accessible Periodic Table: McGraw-Hill

Helen Keller, smiling, visits with three young schoolchildren.

Building a better Helen Keller lesson plan

A stack of college textbooks.

How to request accessible textbooks in college

Humanware Connect 12 video magnifier displaying a graphed equation.

How the Connect 12 can help students with math

Image of college dorms opening to a quad with sidewalks.

How to choose a dorm and pick college housing

building with pillars and text "museum"

How to make virtual museums accessible for low vision

Young man with teeth clenched, eyes shut and hands on temple with zagged lines indicating a painful migraine.

Having an undiagnosed chronic illness in high school

Icons in different colors: A parent and a child, a case user and a child, and a person using a motorized wheelchair.

How to be inclusive everyday and 5 ways to empower others

Sheet music

Study on accessible sheet music for low vision musicians

Child is held by her mother in an outdoor setting. The child rest her hand and her head on her mother's shoulder. The photo is connected to the article about international disability rights.

Breaking down international disability rights and 3 ways to help

Multiple question marks

Ten questions to ask when changing your major

Three students playing band instruments.

Blind and low vision students in marching band and music classes