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Disability inclusion

We believe the world is a better place when people of every ability can participate in it. While many people with disabilities can do anything, the barriers that exist in our society block opportunities for true inclusion. Our work isn’t done until no one is invisible.

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A girl with brown hair sitting on a mountain
Article

The journey within

A Photo of a Woman with Glasses and Brown Hair on a graphic that reads "Student Perspective"

Student perspective: Lacey Clericuzio

Tiled image of a portrait of Louisa May Alcott, circa 1870, "Give us A Kindergarten" pamphlet, and letter from Alcott to Director Anagnos, 1887.
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Louisa May Alcott and the Perkins Kindergarten

A boy carefully pulling a wooden Jenga block from a stack of other blocks
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Tactile activities for children with combined vision and hearing loss

A woman poses in cap and gown outside
Story

Graduate corner: An interview with Vaciliza

A cartoon brain for Neurofibromatosis Awareness Day
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All about neurofibromatosis type 2

Photo by Ben Mullins on Unsplash
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Understanding your child’s audiogram

photo of Harriet Tubman
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Honoring Black History Month

A handrail embossed in braille which includes a poetic description of a sweeping view of the Italian City of Napoli
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Celebrating World Braille Day

A graphic depicts important resources around a family.
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Family connections Session 1: Charting the LifeCourse

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Preparing for the new school year

Thin books densely stacked on a shelf.
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Talking to learners with disabilities about social justice

A child sits on the floor, sorting a variety of socks.
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Creating a daily schedule for your child

A student reads a tactile schedule with the help of an adult.
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Home-based routines for children with disabilities

Adult kneels in front of child on park sidewalk and signs to him with her right hand under her chin. Child stands in front of her and feels her hands.
Article

Supporting your child with disabilities at home

A science project with a white flower and a red rose with a spotlight on it and a black backdrop.
Tips and facts

Visual accessibility and the classroom

A closeup of two student's hands reading braille.
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Celebrating Braille Literacy Month

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World Sight Day: Vision first

A young girl wearing pink glasses with a big smile on her face as she plays on a cat piano alongside her teacher.
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Individualized education plans (IEPs) and deafblindness

A photo of Mike Antoine
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A new perspective: An interview with Mike Antoine

A deafblind person works with a colleague on American Sign Language interpretation.
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Celebrating International Day of Sign Languages

A student sitting next to a teacher reading a piece of paper
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3 back to school tips!

Circa 1850s carte de visite of Heady Morrison shown leaning against a piece of furniture. In his right hand, he is holding what appears to be an ear trumpet. His eyes are closed, and in his other hand, he holds a walking stick with a curved handle. Heady has a beard with no mustache and is dressed up in a dark suit.
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The Blind Bard of Kentucky and Laura Bridgman

A photo of a man in a tan blazer in front of a podium smiling with his index fingers pointing at the microphone in front of him.
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Chasing CVI — A Curious Clinician’s Journey

A photo of a man in a tan blazer in front of a podium smiling with his index fingers pointing at the microphone in front of him.
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NIH Perspective: Coordinating interdisciplinary research on CVI

A photo of a man in a tan blazer in front of a podium smiling with his index fingers pointing at the microphone in front of him.
Video

“Eye movements as a window into brain function”

A photo of attendees at round tables looking to the front of the room and raising their hands.
Video

2024 Poster Sessions

A photo of a woman with long brown hair standing up and smiling while a man at a podium to the right takes a photo of the audience with his iPad.
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Why Understanding Perception is Important to Understanding CVI

A photo of CVI Conference attendees at a road table watching the presentation. The woman closest has a Perkins School for the Blind tote bag hanging on her chair that says, "Education is a human right".
Video

CVI Prevalence Data

A photo of a woman with blonde hair in front of her table that has a sign that says "Safe Toddles" in the background.
Video

Exhibitor Introductions

eReader
Guide

Mainstream technology and low vision: eReaders

A woman with shoulder length brown hair and glasses in a light blue blazer and a black dress presenting at a podium and smiling.
Video

Keynote, Recognizing CVI and the Importance of Families

Colorful periodic table
Guide

Accessible Periodic Table: McGraw-Hill

Helen Keller, smiling, visits with three young schoolchildren.
Guide

Building a better Helen Keller lesson plan

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Cerebral palsy and CVI: A community discussion