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Dr. Catherine Corr shares how the interactional practices can make a difference in the lives of children who might have experienced abuse or neglect.
Dr. Rashida Banerjee provides ideas and strategies on interacting with children who have low-incidence disabilities (e.g., hearing or vision impairments).
Samtra Devard, the mother of three children, including one who has a disability, shares how practitioners play an important role in fostering peer interactions and her perspective as a parent on the long term benefits of developing relationships with typically developing peers early.
Handout for Module 1 Interaction, Voices from the Field - Jeanette McCollum