August 25 FYI:

(Story in TAGALOG and ILOCANO versions)
"Manggagawa ng Milagro!"
Mark Twain called her "the Miracle Worker."And fittingly so. She guided and tutored a young girl who was blind and deaf to achieve what was once thought impossible.
Helen Keller, was Anne's charge. Through Anne, Helen not just learned to read, write, talk and achieve academically, she became an author, a greatly respected humanitarian globally and man's proof of the silver lining beneath the gloomiest cloud. And this was all possible because of Anne - the miracle worker with a most beautiful heart.

Listen to the story about her in TAGALOG narrative (Episode Evia any of the links below. (There are 22 stories in this link, scroll down to Anne Sullivan's story)

Photos from wikipedia/springfield museum website/