Intensive interaction
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Intensive interaction

Adrian Kennedy Deputy Home Manager, Robert Owen Foundation

Adrian Kennedy describes how intensive interaction can teach us a new way of communicating with people with profound learning disabilities

The term ‘intensive interaction’ refers to an approach to working with people with learning disabilities that was first used in an educational setting but is relevant to a wide range of services. This article examines how the approach was used in a residential care home.

Learning Disability Practice. 4, 3, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/ldp2001.09.4.3.14.c1461

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