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Jaimi Lard demonstrates using tactile sign language with the aid of her interpreter.
February 12, 2020
Critical information in addressing the needs of children with hearing loss.
Kimi hands a vase to the receptionist at Belmont Manor.
February 11, 2020
Delivering flowers gives students with multi-sensory impairments the chance to develop skills and engage in their communities.
A horticultural center which consists of 3 lighted flower vases with yellow bands around the lips set into a black stand in fron
January 29, 2020
Creating Equal Access for Students with Vision and Hearing Loss
Two pairs of hands are reading braille
January 13, 2020
6 things you didn't know about braille
Books sit on a desk with and apple and ABC blocks
January 6, 2020
Communication is not limited to IEP goals, rather it can be infused throughout the student's day.
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.
Two young boys with visual impairment, one in a wheelchair, read from a tactile picture book.
December 23, 2019
Students empower each other in new ways as a means to self-determination and skill development.
A man and woman work with a student in a wheelchair.
December 19, 2019
Hailing from Brazil, Chile and El Salvador, three professionals hope to improve life for children with multiple disabilities in their countries.
Young girl crafting at a holiday table.
December 19, 2019
Irresistible DIY gift ideas to make with your kids, family, even co-workers.
A group of young adults with visual impairment sit in a large office space.
December 12, 2019
Web browsing, travel, gaming and more became more accessible through innovation in 2019. Here’s how.

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