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An audit of an Intensive Interaction service

By: Donnelly, Cecily May.
Contributor(s): Elsworth, Julie | McKim, Jules.
Series: Tizard Learning Disability Review 20 (3) 2015: 111-120. 2015Subject(s): PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | AUTISM | INTENSIVE INTERACTION | SUPPORT SERVICES | EVALUATION | GREAT BRITAIN | ADULTSSummary: Explains that following the development of the post of Trust Intensive Interaction Co-ordinator, it was decided to assess the state of provision of Intensive Interaction within the social care provision of an NHS Trust in the South of England. The purpose of this paper is to: map strengths and weaknesses of current provision; identify successful provision; identify obstacles to successful provision or factors associated with the maintenance of provision throughout the organisation.
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Explains that following the development of the post of Trust Intensive Interaction Co-ordinator, it was decided to assess the state of provision of Intensive Interaction within the social care provision of an NHS Trust in the South of England. The purpose of this paper is to: map strengths and weaknesses of current provision; identify successful provision; identify obstacles to successful provision or factors associated with the maintenance of provision throughout the organisation.

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