Project SALUTE
Successful Adaptations for Learning to Use Touch Effectively


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Examples of objects with interesting tactile characteristics


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A friend sings SLIDE on a child's arm before playing together

Mother uses sign on body "Want to EAT?"

Child signs EAT in response


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

Encouraging literacy through exploration of tactile books

Exploring a tactile book while sister reads

Hand over hand guidance to identify a textured symbol

Offering a choice


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Mother uses tactile signing PLATE

Child responds by picking up a bowl


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Pictures from Summer Workshop 2002


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Communication Book


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Michael's Daily Classroom Schedule

by Marley Vydelingum
and Cheryl Bahar,
Blind Childrens Center


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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.