Project SALUTE
Successful Adaptations for Learning to Use Touch Effectively

--What We've Learned Section--

We have developed a number of information sheets related to tactile strategies for children who are deaf-blind. The content of these sheets reflects an extensive review of the literature, our professional experiences, and input from our national advisory committee, families and service providers. The purpose of these materials is to provide practical information to service providers working with children who are deaf-blind and their families. Translations of selected sheets are provided in Spanish. These handouts were field tested with Spanish-speaking parents and service providers in Los Angeles by Project SALUTE and in Puerto Rico by the Puerto Rico Deaf Blind Project. (See highlighted titles below.)

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Information Sheets

Working with Spanish-speaking families

Family Stories

Professional Perspectives

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SALUTE is a model demonstration project funded by the U.S. Department of Education grant #H324T990025 to California State University, Northridge from September 1, 1999 to August 30, 2004.