In the December 2011 issue of P&F magazine, Kate Williams (Seven Scent) and Anne Gough (Seashell Trust) unveil the power of scent to improve the understanding, communication and choice-making abilities of multisensory impaired children. This video offers a preview of the work described in their article. The results are fascinating.
Video: Fragrance and Communication
October 10, 2011
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