Integrating intensive interaction : developing communication practice in services for children and adults with severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties and autism / Edited by Amandine Mouriere and Jules McKim.
By: Mouriere, Amandine.
Contributor(s): McKim, Jules | Smith, Pam | Murphy, Michelle | Hankin, Lucy | Martikainen, Kaisa | Brockie, Cath | Golder, Lucy | Smith, Ben.Publisher: Abingdon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Description: 116 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138106574 (pbk.).Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | AUTISM | CHILDREN | ADULTS | INTENSIVE INTERACTION | COMMUNICATION | SOCIAL INTERACTION | EDUCATION | CASE STUDIES
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction -- Becoming the beads: An intensive interaction journey with Hayden -- Sustaining and developing practice in a large NHS trust -- Learning together through human connection : Individualised care at its best -- Less is more: Working with a person with PLMD -- Building and emotional connection through intensive interaction -- Intensive interaction mentoring process and the use of video -- Managing a service that specialises in intensive interaction provision -- Opening the box: Accessing our ability to enjoy and understand interaction -- Intensive interaction : From Einstein to Lady Gaga.
"This unique book features a collection of lively stories on the integration of Intensive Interaction practice into schools and adult service settings. It addresses communication development both from a micro and macro level across a variety of service settings, with each chapter written by a different practitioner. These personal accounts cover individual practice and reflection with a single case-study person, as well as influencing organisational change. The authors assert that, within adult services and educational settings, Intensive Interaction can be used as a way to develop communication and confidence and to work with the principles of inclusion and person-centred acceptance and support. The book develops an understanding of issues that can be addressed within training and mentoring other staff, and uses case studies throughout as a powerful training tool" -- Provided by publisher.