Intended for teachers and staff working with people with profound
and multiple learning difficulties, this text aims to help create a
positive interactive environment for the people with whom they
work. The responsive environment and its importance is defined
using both research and everyday examples. Different aspects of the
responsive environment are then explore. An essentially practical
book, each chapter contains examples and exercises to enable the
reader to put ideas into practice and capitalise on their own
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