Target and Touch is a series of activities that support visual skills such as locating and tracking moving objects. It supports the development of skills required to use a touchscreen. Activities begin at the cause-and-effect level and progress through the stages of targeting and touching single, multiple, ‘peeping’, scattered and moving prompts onscreen.Two programs are available.
Inclusive Technology, United Kingdom
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Models / Specifications
Model Traget and Touch: Patterns: Activities feature a variety of high contrast spokes, ripples and spiral pattern shapes
Model Target and Touch: Music: Activities feature a variety of animated musicians and their instruments
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Set Up or Installation
- multiple user
- single user
- site license
Operating system(s) :
Standard Features Included
- Direct selection
Level of Customisation:
- no customisation
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