Learn about Perkins
Started in 1829 as the first school for the blind in the United States, Perkins is dedicated to improving literacy for children...LEARN MORE
A story about Eliska a 6 year old from the Czech Republic and her family's personal journey
This extensively illustrated book tells the story of Perkins from its founding to the present.
A two page checklist for families to use to prepare for an Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting.
This ebook provides concise biographical information about four hundred notable people who are blind.
This book provides concise biographical information about four hundred notable people who are blind.
This fact sheet has been developed to guide families through the development of a transition to adult life.
This book and companion DVD provides an overview of the FAIER model for individuals with disabilities.
Intended for public school teams working with primary (elementary) students with visual impairments.
This mini-guide is designed to guide families through the evaluation process of a child who is deaf-blind.
This fact sheet has been developed to guide families through the initial evaluation process of a child.
This publication will serve as a reminder to all of us that we have a rich legacy of serving children.
This mini-guide is designed to guide families through the transition to adult life process.
Help navigate the important topics of social skills and sex education for children who are visually impaired.
Practical, affordable and easily implemented suggestions for enhancing a child's learning and mobility.
Knowledge and skills for paraprofessionals working with learners who are deafblind.
Examples for mealtime skills for parents & professionals working with individuals who are visually impaired.
Develop your knowledge and understanding about persons with congenital deafblindness. Includes companion DVD.
Topics: students w/ albinism, adapting environments, non-driving strategies & wheelchair orientation & mobility.
Chapter 2: Combining communication, social relationships and cognition as integral parts of teaching activities.
The implications of the natural environments debate on early intervention for children who are visually impaired.