Interaction in action: reflections on the use of intensive interaction
This book offers nine vivid descriptions of the day-to-day work of staff and parents working with people with sever and complex learning difficulties. The accounts help the reader to appreciate the purposes and applications of Intensive Interaction, and to understand the principles of the approach and the basic, practical techniques.The editors reflect on the issues which arise from these accounts and consider recent developments in interactive approaches.
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