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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Group picture of the Sentidos Brasil-Perkins Working Group at the Earth Sciences Museum in Rio de Janeiro.

Accessibility impacts Brazilian museum

Headshot of Becca Meyers smiling

Keep swimming: A community conversation with Paralympic gold medalist Becca Meyers

Young female student stands and arms of female teacher standing behind her wrap around the student

Research in Armenia regarding deinstitutionalization

Babies and adults around circle time

Building an inclusive world of play advisory council

Graphic of blue world map with green portions. Text: "Real change is global change." Perkins logo on bottom.

Perkins milestones 2025 to 2030

Sustainable Development Goals logo with color wheel

The United Nations recognizes Perkins Project PIXAN’s contribution toward Education for All

Alondra, a visually impaired girl, holds her face as she looks at the camera

Perkins ELP Alum achieves systemic change in Chile

Child stands in between her parents, they are sitting down near her.

Maja’s story: From residential institution to thriving at home in Serbia

Professional headshot of blogger Veronica Lewis

Accessibility, advocacy and allies in the workplace: A community conversation with Veronica Lewis

Professional headshot of Paralympian Pam McGonigle

Inclusion, access, perseverance: A community conversation with Paralympian Pam McGonigle

Matthew Shifrin, founder of Lego for the Blind, stands smiling in a classroom of young students

The power and possibilities of braille: A community conversation with Matthew Shifrin

Swirling colors overlay a kitchen

What is it like to have CVI?