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Smell

In his article, The Sense of Smell - the Olfactory Sense, David Brown, a leading educational specialist says "...smell is the sense that puts our brains into direct contact with the environment in a way that none of the other senses can". The focus of the articles below is on the sense of smell and its vital role in providing meaningful information to people who are deaf-blind.

Powerful Sense of Smell

Utilizing the Sense of Smell in Children and Youth with Deaf-Blindness

Deafblindness and Other Senses

Elusive Sense of Smell : Part 1 (pp. 4-5)

Elusive Sense of Smell : Part 2 (p. 5)

How do deafblind people cope?

Individual Sensory Learning Profile Interview

More on Smell

Smell Bibliography

The Sense of Smell - the Olfactory Sense

Using the Senses

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