Our first annual walk/move event is in person on Saturday, October 2, 2021.
Compass application checklist
Books with bird or bird names in the title: Perkins’ recommend reads
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Helen Keller (1880-1968) is one of our most famous deafblind students. With many accomplishments and successes, Helen Keller was an extraordinary advocate for disability rights and inclusion. Learn more about her rich legacy.
A guest blog post about Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan’s close friendship with Joseph Edgar Chamberlin, written by his great-great granddaughter.
The Frost King incident
Doubting Helen Keller: Where we go from here
Q&A: A factual look at Helen Keller’s accomplishments
Helen Keller timeline
Keeping up with the raccoons
The Third Musketeer
Helen Keller’s jealous pet monkey and other finds in Perkins’ newest archive collection
A day with Helen Keller: Her happiest moments
Helen Keller documentary illuminates a hidden history
A day with Helen Keller: Her love of reading
Helen Keller, the president whisperer