Showing 23 Results for Assistive technology

A young person reading braille at a classroom desk. Braille can be a powerful path to literacy for people who are blind or visually impaired.
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Four reasons why braille still matters in the age of Alexa and iPhone

The seal of Mexico
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Perkins talks with the Mexican Consul

Josias interacts with is teacher through adapted books
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Communicating with Josias

Professional headshot of blogger Veronica Lewis
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Accessibility, advocacy and allies in the workplace: A community conversation with Veronica Lewis

Boy reaching for assistive device
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Why assistive devices are crucial to Perkins students

Shelby reads a book while siting in a chair built in the Assistive Device Center
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From home workshops, volunteers create adaptive tools to keep students learning

A headshot of Sara Espanet
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Keeping touch while apart

Young adults with visual impairment visited Google's Cambridge office through Perkins' Pre-Employment Program.
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5 innovations in accessibility and assistive technology

Perkins Access team having a meeting and looking at the new Spaulding Rehab site on a projector.
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Perkins Access and Spaulding Rehab open new digital door to patients with disabilities

A young girl in the Deafblind Program works on an interactive screen.
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All about the tech

Two students in Nepal practice their writing skills using a Perkins Brailler.
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From Indiana to Nepal: the incredible journey of a Perkins Brailler

A white, bumpy sphere in the palm of a hand
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Accessibility and learning in three dimensions