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Communicative relations (bok)
is about how persons with congenital deafblindness can develop communicatively and personally in interactive relationships with seeing/hearing partners.
The authors present two models that can be used by the partners of the congenitally deafblind persons with the aim of planning interventions that support basic communicative processes. The models identify and apply principles from developmental and dialogical theory, as well as from other theories that are relevant to focus basic processes of meaning-making. The models are used to guide video analytical sessions where professional experts and families join forces to discover the manner in which the deafblind person engages in exploring, making sense of, and telling about the world he lives in.
The book is addressed primarily to consultants or other professionals who work with planned communication intervention. Beyond this group, the models may be useful for professionals and parents who occupy the partner roles with persons with congenital deafblindness. The material will also be useful for staff training and in video based supervision in daily work. Professionals who work with persons whose impairments have similar effects may also find the book useful.
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