Touch equivalents

Touch equivalents are a method of using tactual sensory options to access the information as typically available visually, auditorially or kinestheticly.

Source: Adapted from: Turp, M. (2000). Touch, enjoyment and health: In adult life. European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling, and Health, 3(1), 61.

Contextual Use: In an art class, touch equivalents were placed on an image to help students with visual impairments focus on lines of perspective.

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