Tadoma is another method of communicating with individuals for those who are blind. This is easily done and it is also shown above and below when a deafblind person places their hand on another person's lip and jawline. This method of communicating allows the blind individual to pick up the vibration of the speaker and their jaw movement with their fingers as the speaker talks to them. This has been an effective way for deafblind people to communicate with others.
In my first semester of college, I took an ASL class and my professor had us go to conventions for deaf people. I grew a stronger appreciation for everything and the strength of those who are unable to see and hear. I met someone who was deaf and blind and had him communicate the same way these pictures and the book described it. It amazes me that as humans we are capable of communicating with others other than speaking. Feeling the vibration of someone else's voice is truly something that has to be mastered.