About Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA

Parents of children and young adults with multiple disabilities and visual impairments may be relieved to know that there is a global organization dedicated to providing the best possible education services. This NGO, the worldwide leader in education services for this population, is constantly innovating to address both long-standing and new challenges faced by their students and families. No matter the difficulty, they are devoted to finding solutions that work. This organization is driven by the commitment to creating a more equitable education system for students and families. They strive to provide an environment where everyone has access to quality education and support services. They are focused on developing and implementing innovative approaches to educational challenges, such as creating accessible educational materials, providing on-going professional development, and offering meaningful family engagement. The organization is also working to ensure that their services are available to all students, regardless of their location or background. By expanding their outreach and collaborating with partners around the world, they are committed to providing a holistic approach to the educational needs of this population. With this dedication, they are determined to continue to be the worldwide leader in providing quality education services for children and young adults who are blind and visually impaired with multiple disabilities.

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What kind of kids we support

  • Coed


  • Internet Access

Programs at Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA

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Infant-Toddler (Ages birth-3)

We provide the educational services and family support every child with a visual impairment or deafblindness needs during the earliest years of development. Our early intervention services are administered in-person, over the phone and online.

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School-age services (Ages 3-22)

Our teachers and deafblind specialists work in schools to help children access their curriculum and incorporate skills like independent living and navigation into their school day.

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Outreach (Ages 7-22)

Outreach offers fun, educational and accessible extracurricular opportunities to public school students who are blind or visually impaired across the U.S.

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Location and contact information

175 N Beacon St, Watertown, MA, 02472