Low Vision

A silhouette of a boy in a wheelchair and his mom in front of a brightly lit art piece in a darkened room.
February 16, 2021
Strategy, adaptation and accessibility are at the heart of supporting children with Cortical / Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI), at home and in the world
A clear picture of a dog next to a blurry picture of the same dog.
February 3, 2021
The number of people diagnosed with low vision is growing. Here’s why.
Perkins goal ball squad cheering pre-game
December 30, 2019
Every year brings moments that stay with us, here’s a sampling of the best moments from 2019.
Perkins Access team having a meeting and looking at the new Spaulding Rehab site on a projector.
April 23, 2019
The renowned hospital has launched a new leading edge digitally accessible website in partnership with Perkins Access.
Students sitting and standing around a large orange owl sculpture
February 28, 2018
Participants in the Pre-Employment Program heard from “Googlers” with disabilities about how they chose a career.
Gordon Legge sits with his back to the wall posing for a portrait.
February 22, 2018
Gordon Legge has been using the Perkins Brailler, which he calls a “marvel of the 20th century,” for more than six decades.
A young student wearing glasses
December 21, 2017
A look back at the biggest moments of the year.
A student throws a football through the uprights with help from a teacher
October 6, 2017
In adapted physical education classes, Perkins students lift weights and search for treasure while learning skills that will last a lifetime.
A living room in a bright, sunny house
January 20, 2017
Simple, inexpensive modifications can make your home safer for loved ones living with visual impairment.
Antoine Laham works with Amanda, who is smiling and holding his hands as he gestures.
November 7, 2016
Employees who are visually impaired are an essential part of Perkins’ diverse and productive workforce.

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