A: Our receivers mostly have difficulty processing information – cognitive or sensory. We try to exclude all other distractions (as far as possible) so that our receivers do not have to work hard trying to focus on too much incoming information. TaACPAC is highly structured, giving the receiver the chance to predict, anticipate and expect to hear, feel and see what comes next. This is very important – to give control back to our receivers, to help them know the territory they are in and to help them know the territory they are going to next. This is why we use “now” and “next” boards. It is to limit the confusion which arises from an environment which can feel chaotic and out of control. The music is highly structured by its nature, and has many repetitions and patterns, and the touch needs to match this exactly. (See Sensory Alignment)