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Intensive Interaction in action

By: Hewett, Dave.
Contributor(s): Firth, Graham | Intensive Interaction Institute.
[Puckeridge, Herts], Intensive Interaction Institute : 2015Description: DVD.Subject(s): INTENSIVE INTERACTION | COMMUNICATION | AUTISM | SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | GUIDES
Contents:
1. Fundamentals of Communication. - 2. How to do intensive interaction. - 3. Sam. - 4. Julie-Ann. - 5. Dennis. - 6. Jessica. - 7. Ned. - 8. Dylan. - 9. Jemima. - 10. Tom.
Production Credits: Video Editing: Dave Hewett
Original music by Ray StroudSummary: "Intensive Interaction Coordinators & Associates explain how to do Intensive Interaction. - Videos showing Intensive Interaction in child and adult services and at home. - Why is Intensive Interaction so important? - The Fundamentals of Communication. - Warm, enjoyable, crucial activities with people who have autism or severe, profound and multiple learrning difficulties. - Video footage recorded by practitioners and parents in real-life situations using camcorders." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE
List(s) this item appears in: DVDs- recent. June 2017 CM | Intensive interaction Feb 2019
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1. Fundamentals of Communication. - 2. How to do intensive interaction. - 3. Sam. - 4. Julie-Ann. - 5. Dennis. - 6. Jessica. - 7. Ned. - 8. Dylan. - 9. Jemima. - 10. Tom.

Video Editing: Dave Hewett

Original music by Ray Stroud

"Intensive Interaction Coordinators & Associates explain how to do Intensive Interaction. - Videos showing Intensive Interaction in child and adult services and at home. - Why is Intensive Interaction so important? - The Fundamentals of Communication. - Warm, enjoyable, crucial activities with people who have autism or severe, profound and multiple learrning difficulties. - Video footage recorded by practitioners and parents in real-life situations using camcorders." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE

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