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Helen Keller

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Helen Keller, smiling, visits with three young schoolchildren.
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Building a better Helen Keller lesson plan

Nella Braddy Henney sitting on a large rock under a flowering tree.
Helen Keller

Nella Braddy Henney

Close up of Polly Thomson and Helen Keller's hands, writing.
Helen Keller

Helen Keller’s hands

Living with blindness

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Tom Geraci, a legally blind college student, stands outdoors on campus, smiling for the camera.
Living with blindness

Mainstream school as a legally blind student: 5 things I wish my teachers knew

Seven students sit in desks that are facing a student in a wheelchair with his teacher behind him. The student in the wheelchair is passing an item to a student in front of him.
Living with blindness

How person centered planning helped Angel transform his future

Living with blindness

Guardianship: You Have Been Appointed Guardian, Now What?

Career readiness

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Career readiness

Why support for young adults with disabilities transitioning to adulthood is crucial

3 people collaborating on a coding project.
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Behind the scenes of accessible open source software: NVDA and OSARA

Career readiness

Why does technology matter for students with disabilities?

An audience listens intently as Dr. Patricia Musolino speaks in front of a presentation at the 2024 CVI Conference
CVI

8 essential takeaways from the Perkins CVI Conference: Building Meaningful Recognition

Grace leans close to a laptop screen while practicing how to use auditory tech.
CVI

5 tech tools that kids with CVI use for auditory access

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CVI

Chasing CVI — A Curious Clinician’s Journey

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