Using text, photographs, quotations, and film footage, The Helen Keller Kids Museum provides a wealth of online information about the life and legacy of Helen Keller, a deafblind woman who changed the perception of what it means to be blind. It traces Helen Keller's life from her childhood and education under Anne Sullivan, to Helen's subsequent education in New York City and Massachusetts. The museum continues with Helen's early political activism and career as a leading advocate for those with vision loss in the United States and her eventual fame as a leading advocate worldwide.