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Intensive Interaction in Context

Intensive Interaction in Context • • • COMMENTAR Y Judith Samuel Yet such support is not the norm for people with CONSULTANT CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST AND PLD. It is unclear what level of staffing Anna is CO-ORDINATOR, MULTIPLE DISABILITY RESOURCE TEAM, OXFORDSHIRE LEARNING DISABILITY NHS TRUST allocated and the skills and experience of the staff who support her . From the description ‘small residential home’ it is possible that she does not nitially called ‘augmented mothering’, intensiveh ave an individualised package of support (McIntosh Iinteraction was pioneered by a clinical psycholog i s t & Whittaker, 2000).Thought also needs to be given (Ephraim, 1982) working in an institutional setting. to people’s co-residents: whether they have similarly Interest spread to a nearby school at Harperbury complex needs, are skilled at obtaining positive staff Hospital (Nind & Hew e t t , 1 9 8 8 ) . Here the applicat i o n attention, or are more rewarding to be with. For of programmes for teaching discrimination and self- intensive interaction to be effective, the social help skills and reduction of problem behaviour were environment must be responsive to increasingly not making an impact, and staff were concerned to assertive initiations, or the service user http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tizard Learning Disability Review Emerald Publishing

Intensive Interaction in Context

Tizard Learning Disability Review , Volume 6 (3): 6 – Jul 1, 2001

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1359-5474
DOI
10.1108/13595474200100025
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Abstract

• • • COMMENTAR Y Judith Samuel Yet such support is not the norm for people with CONSULTANT CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST AND PLD. It is unclear what level of staffing Anna is CO-ORDINATOR, MULTIPLE DISABILITY RESOURCE TEAM, OXFORDSHIRE LEARNING DISABILITY NHS TRUST allocated and the skills and experience of the staff who support her . From the description ‘small residential home’ it is possible that she does not nitially called ‘augmented mothering’, intensiveh ave an individualised package of support (McIntosh Iinteraction was pioneered by a clinical psycholog i s t & Whittaker, 2000).Thought also needs to be given (Ephraim, 1982) working in an institutional setting. to people’s co-residents: whether they have similarly Interest spread to a nearby school at Harperbury complex needs, are skilled at obtaining positive staff Hospital (Nind & Hew e t t , 1 9 8 8 ) . Here the applicat i o n attention, or are more rewarding to be with. For of programmes for teaching discrimination and self- intensive interaction to be effective, the social help skills and reduction of problem behaviour were environment must be responsive to increasingly not making an impact, and staff were concerned to assertive initiations, or the service user

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Tizard Learning Disability ReviewEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2001

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