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Orientation & mobility

Navigating the world looks different for people with disabilities. Orientation and mobility (O&M) training is one of the ways Perkins gives children the steps toward independence. Learn about O&M, specific skills, services and resources. 

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Hands holding a tablet pressing a video play button.
Activity

Demystifying blindness through storytelling

Collage with large print letters, book with speaker, dictation, and other accessibility features.
Guide

A to Z of assistive technology for low vision

Colorful top down image of an intersection with traffic and buildings
Activity

Build O&M concepts: Tactile Town and O&M apps

Creating transition goals and activities for the college-bound student.
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Transition goals for a college-bound high school student with blindness or low vision

Young woman with a long cane walking along a college sidewalk.
Guide

Touring colleges with a blindness cane: College O&M

Yard full of colorful balloons attached to Easter eggs.
Activity

Easter egg hunt for students with visual impairments

A map with an address pin icon marking a building's location.
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Campus addresses every student should know: College O&M

Cartoon image of a man with an open book sitting in front of a city landscape with the 360 degree symbol representing the virtual tour of the city.
Guide

Touring colleges with virtual reality

Young woman with a long cane.
Guide

How I learned to navigate my internship building with low vision

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Google Lens review for low vision

Two overlapping chairs representing seeing a chair with double vision.
Guide

Ten “odd” things I do with double vision

Legs and long cane walking across a street.
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Seven places I don’t take my blindness cane