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Monthly Archives: March 2016

DEFINITION OF SOCIAL INTERACTIONS: Generally speaking, a social interaction must involve a minimum of two people (child) and is characterized by one person saying or doing something (staff for instance), which is followed by another child reacting in some way. Interactions do not have to be verbal; in fact, some of our most important interactions Continue Reading

This workshop is to educate staff in regards to the different kinds of interactions they can have with the children they serve. We will examine both the variety and complexity of the kinds of interactions that we can have with our children, as well as learn some general rules about how we should interact with Continue Reading