Born with visual impairments and multiple disabilities, Beam of Thailand proudly uses his earnings as a professional massage therapist to support his mother.
One year ago, Hamlet arrived at the Gyumri Children's Home in Armenia. The staff embraced Hamlet, whose mental and physical disabilities were the result of congenital damage to his central nervous system. In spite of his challenges Hamlet slowly began to eat by himself, play, and walk with supports. He even began communicating by pointing and using vocalizations. "It was miraculous," said Hamlet's teacher, "He was finally embracing the world surrounding him."
A visit from a Perkins vision specialist shone a light on Arlen that changed her world forever
Growing up in Kenya, Martin's access to a Perkins Brailler enabled him to thrive in academics and in life
Two parents start a school and create a community of hope in a northern suburb of Mumbai, India
International Literacy Day provides an opportunity to celebrate the work that Perkins International and its partners have done to increase literacy of both children and adults all over the world.