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Intensive Interaction Good Practice

Train as 'Good Practice Co-ordinator' in the Intensive Interaction approach to support colleagues using it in your team or setting.

Description

During the sessions, the participants will build their knowledge of using Intensive Interaction as an approach. 

In addition, there are practical and written tasks that they will complete to embed what they have learned into practice and bring back their reflections on how it went to the next session. The requirements of the participants between sessions is summarised below.

Before day 1:

  • Choosing a person to work with for the duration of the course. It must be someone they are able to spend time with on a regular basis (at least twice a week).
  • Obtaining written consent for shooting videos of the person and for sharing the video footage with course trainers and other course members (ensuring consent and information governance procedures of the organisation are followed).
  • Completing the observation exercise included in the pack sent prior to Day 1.
  • Shooting two 5-minute videos of the person they will be working with and bring to Day 1.

And between the two other days:

  • Briefing a colleague on the basics of Intensive Interaction and video technique
  • Shooting regular videos of their Intensive Interaction practice with their chosen person and bring 2 to Day 2 and 2 to Day 3
  • Carrying out some record keeping using the progress track
  • Filling in reflection sheets on a weekly basis

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