Project SALUTE
Successful Adaptations for Learning to Use Touch Effectively


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These pages contains visual examples of some of the items discussed in the WHAT WE'VE LEARNED articles.

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Mother helps child stabilize his right hand while providing slight hand under hand support to his left hand

Mother helps child stabilize his right hand while providing slight hand under hand support to his left hand

1st Picture - Encouraging literacy through exploration of tactile books2nd Picture - Exploring a tactile book while sister reads

1st Picture - Encouraging literacy through exploration of tactile books

2nd Picture - Exploring a tactile book while sister reads

1st Picture - Hand over hand guidance to identify a textured symbol2nd Picture - Offering a choice

1st Picture - Hand over hand guidance to identify a textured symbol

2nd Picture - Offering a choice


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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.