‘Can the use of TACPAC interventions make a positive impact on parent/child communication and interaction?’

//‘Can the use of TACPAC interventions make a positive impact on parent/child communication and interaction?’

‘Can the use of TACPAC interventions make a positive impact on parent/child communication and interaction?’

Can the use of TACPAC interventions make a positive impact on parent/child communication and interaction?’ Louise Stewart, Module 5 of Master’s Thesis in Special Studies, Birmingham University.

For children with a sensory impairment touch is a primary form of communication; the pack aims to stimulate awareness, anticipation of routines, use of symbols as well as communication (McLinden and McCall 2002 p167). It consists of a range of household items such as a mop, scourer, spatula which are used in time with specially developed music to tap/stroke systematically on the receiver’s body.

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