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Learning & Instruction > Harmonious Interactions

When people interact harmoniously, they are in tune with one another and their interactions are comfortable and reassuring. Harmonious interactions are essential for well-being and quality of life, and in children, they form the basis for learning and development. The resources described on this page provide information about how to create and maintain high-quality, harmonious interactions with people who are deaf-blind.

Harmonious Interactions

Interaction and Bonding

DVD/CD-ROM Harmonious Interactions Training Programs Bibliography

Enriching Interactions With Children Who Have Multiple Impairments Including Visual Impairment

Harmonious Interactions: Research by Janssen, Riksen-Walraven, and van Dijk Bibliography

Harmonious Interactions: Resource Information

Interactions with the Physical Environment and Objects Bibliography

Looking for Balance Between the Quality of the Interaction and Skill Development

Model-Based Support to Improve the Quality of Interaction

Resources on Establishing Interactions with Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind Bibliography

Supporting High Quality Interactions with Students Who are Deafblind

Tactile Reciprocal Interactions & Bodily Emotional Traces

The Power of Positive Interactions and Reinforcement with Children Who Are Deafblind

Young Children with Disabilities: Research on Interactions

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