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Attuning : a communication process between people with severe and profound intellectual disability and their interaction partners

By: Griffiths, Colin.
Contributor(s): Smith, Martine.
Series: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 29 (2) 2016: 124-138. 2016Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | COMMUNICATION | ATTUNINGOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: This paper aims to achieve two goals. First, it sets out to describe ‘attuning’, a process advanced as a mechanism that illuminates communication between people with severe and profound intellectual and multiple disability and others. The second aim is to describe the qualitative methodology that was used to develop the concept of attuning and to explicate the interpretive framework that enabled data collection and analysis.
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This paper aims to achieve two goals. First, it sets out to describe ‘attuning’, a process advanced as a mechanism that illuminates communication between people with severe and profound intellectual and multiple disability and others. The second aim is to describe the qualitative methodology that was used to develop the concept of attuning and to explicate the interpretive framework that enabled data collection and analysis.

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