Us in a Bus uses Intensive Interaction to find ‘ways in’ with people who are otherwise very isolated. Through careful observation we learn the significance of people’s behaviours, find ways to connect and establish some common ground. Then we can experiment together, trying out various activities and interactions, exploring movement, sound, touch and playfulness, to encourage people to develop their sociability and communication abilities – and we hope, to enjoy themselves in the process. The Us in a Bus team have written five Top Tips for those practising Intensive Interaction and Anne Laney, Interaction Practitioner, has created these videos of them for easy viewing.  

Top Tip No. 1 – Hold the space top tip 1  

Top Tip No. 3 – Stop when you’re told to top tip 3

Top Tip No. 5 – Be more than a mirror  top tip 5 

Top Tip No. 2 – Embrace repetition top tip 2  

Top Tip No. 4 – Am I on purpose top tip 4  

Us in a Bus
Us in a Bus is a Registered Charity (number 1088570). We depend entirely upon income generated from providing sessions with clients, training and consultancy fees and the generosity of individuals and grant giving organisations to continue to deliver our work.
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