Tactile Connections: Symbols for Communication

Tactile Connections

An augmentative communication system for learners who are nonverbal and who have multiple disabilities.

Tactile Connections: Symbols for Communication encourages the creation of a tactile card system that is individualized for use by visually impaired and blind learners who may have additional disabilities and/or lack a formal means of communication or literacy. Tactile symbols are graphic forms of communication, created when part of an object is mounted on a hand-sized card representing core vocabulary categories (e.g. people, places, actions, objects, etc.). This kit provides some of the essential components that assist in a system’s construction and application.

WARNING: Kit contains Small Parts. Not intended for children ages 5 and under without adult supervision.

Complete Kit:
Catalog Number: 1-08837-00

Guidebook (Large Print/CD):
Catalog Number: 7-08837-00

Optional Braille Guidebook only:
Catalog Number: 5-08837-00

Spanish Guidebook (Large Print/CD):
Catalog Number: 7-08837-SP

Accessories with Caulk:
Catalog Number: 1-08837-01
Click this link to purchase Tactile Connections: Symbols for Communication.

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Louisville, Kentucky 40206-0085
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