A wearable tactile sensory aid for profoundly deaf children
A field evaluation was conducted in a classroom for profoundly deaf children, to determine the effects upon speech production of experience with a tactile sensory aid. The aid displays sound frequencies as touch patterns on a belt worn around the abdomen.
KeywordsField Evaluation Speech Production Deaf Child Sound Frequency Touch Pattern
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