Welcome to TACPAC  – Communication through touch and music

Tacpac draws together touch and music to create a structured half hour of sensory communication between two people. Tacpac creates sensory alignment and helps people of any age who have sensory impairment, developmental delay, complex learning difficulties, tactile defensiveness, and limited or pre-verbal levels of communication.
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New to Tacpac?

Follow our 6 easy steps to get you started on your TACPAC journey.

Start your Tacpac Journey
  • Tacpac sets come in twos to give you one year of continuous activity.

  • Access the Tacpac music offline on our app for phones and tablets.

  • Access guidance videos for each activity online.

  • Printable Tacpac Activity Sheet

  • Printable Record Keeping guide and template

  • Access to our online community for one year.

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Tacpac training

Train with Tacpac and become a skilled practitioner in Communicating through Touch and Music

Training

Upcoming Online Courses

Our online course is a simple and convenient way to learn about TACPAC

Hands on Activity Days

We also run a fun, practical activity day, especially useful for those who have completed our online course

The Tacpac Community is the place where you can:

  • Meet and connect with other Tacpackers
  • Share your questions, answers, stories and advice about Tacpac with other Tacpackers around the world

Once you have purchased a set you will have full access to the Tacpac Community.

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Research Project: Can Tacpac make a positive impact on parents and children with a  visual impairment?

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