In this Blog I have tried to summarise my presentation to the Us in a Bus 30th Anniversary Conference (23.03.23). Read on for more information…
Tag Archives: Research
‘Mothers’ experience of Intensive Interaction’ – a research paper
Given my current interest in the parental view of Intensive Interaction, for my Blog this week I am posting a summary of a research paper into ‘Mothers’ experience of Intensive Interaction’. Follow the link to access the summary …
A direct link between sociability and sensory processing disorder?
I was recently notified of a paper: Fotoglou, A. et al (2023) ‘Sociability: The key to sensory processing disorder’, Brazilian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 2 (No.1), p. 82-97. The paper sets out evidence to support a direct link between sociability and sensory processing disorder. Read on for more information …
New paper on using ‘Adaptive Interaction’ with people with dementia
My Blog this week is about a new paper on ‘Using Adaptive Interaction to Simplify Caregiver’s Communication with People with Dementia Who Cannot Speak’ (in Frontiers in Communication, Jan 2022). Read on for more …
The ‘Efficacy of Intensive Interaction’ … 25 years on from Melanie Nind’s ground-breaking Intensive Interaction research paper.
For my Blog this week I look back at Melanie Nind’s ground-breaking paper on the ‘Efficacy of Intensive Interaction’, published 25 years ago.
Intensive Interaction: ‘A tool for communication’
My blog for this week references an article ‘A tool for communication’ by OT Rebecca Haythorne discussing the role of Intensive Interaction in facilitating meaningful engagement for a man with a learning disability and autism.
30 Years of Intensive Interaction Research
This Blog revisits the first published Intensive Interaction research paper (that is now nearly 30 years old) – illustrating just how long-standing and well-established Intensive Interaction research now is.
Researching Intensive Interaction: which ‘outcomes’ are the most important, and for who?
In this week’s Blog, Graham Firth tries to unpick some of the complex issues around researching Intensive Interaction, most specifically what ‘outcomes’ (and whose ‘outcomes’) should be considered important, and the potential difficulties such considerations can bring.