Stories & Resources


Despite the progress we’ve made in dismantling barriers, there’s still more we can do. Advocating for a more inclusive world for children and young adults with disabilities can start with you. 

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6th Grader, Aditi Rao, presenting "Vision for an Equitable World" at TEDx Youth.

TEDxYouth: Vision for an Equitable World

Manny Duran stands outdoors against a light blue background, smiling broadly

Howe Innovation Center community profile: Manny Duran

College students with disabilities: guide dog, wheel chair, glasses and unknown disabilities.

Why you should get a disability services file

Digital illustration of a man in a wheelchair wearing headphones works on a desktop computer

Digital accessibility: a guide

Three girls hold on tight to each other while they hop to the finish line in a sack race.

Perkins ELP alum organizes inclusive adventure camp in the Philippines

A series of people navigating over a large question mark bubble - walking, using a white cane, using a wheelchair, led by a guide dog

Debunking 3 common assumptions about folks who are blind

Group photo of Perkins leaders with leaders from the Zero Project with Katie Holland holding the award certificate. Description of Perkins leaders from left to right: Daniela Gissara (white blouse, black pants), Barsha Banerjee (teal green sari with light green scarf), Darija (black sweater), Katherine Holland (black sweater, purple skirt with leggings).

Zero Project Conference 2024

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."

Shaping the future: Perkins International Academy evolves towards inclusive education

Hand holding an image of justice scales representing the new DOE AT guidance for students with disabilities resources.

New assistive technology resources for students with disabilities

Ariela Reading

Along the journey to a model program: improving literacy for children with disabilities in the Philippines

Hands holding a tablet displaying a science app, vector image

App accessibility checklist for low vision


Transition Talks workshop: Transition planning overview and series kick-off