This study looks into how touch has been used when it comes to orientation and mobility. The research is done by conducting focus groups with orientation and mobility specialists and people who are DeafBlind who use orientation and mobility to navigate in their lives. Then there will be an in-depth analysis of any common themes or points of interest that happen between each of the focus groups.

O&M instructor using tactile ASL with a DeafBlind student who has his cane to the side while receiving TASL during his O&M lesson at HKNC.

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