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Can adults on the spectrum be affected positively by the use of intensive interaction in supported living services?

By: Fraser, Catherine.
Series: Good Autism Practice 12 (2) 2011: 37-42.Publisher: 2011Subject(s): INTENSIVE INTERACTION | AUTISM | INTENSIVE PROGRAMMING | INTERACTION | ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION | EFFECTIVENESS | ADULTSSummary: Presents a case study on the use of intensive interaction with a 67 year old man with autism. Offers evidence that adults on the spectrum can benefit from this intervention, even in the later stages of adulthood.
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Presents a case study on the use of intensive interaction with a 67 year old man with autism. Offers evidence that adults on the spectrum can benefit from this intervention, even in the later stages of adulthood.

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