About Amandine Mourière

I'm a free-lance autism and learning disability consultant and an associate of the Intensive Interaction Institute.

 

I have experience of working in a variety of settings with children, families and adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.  I have worked in schools, community centres and with families in their homes offering support, guidance and training.  

I aim to provide a warm, flexible and sensitive approach to my consultancy service.  I'm incredibly passionate in my want to help and enrich the lives of those with learning disabilities and/or autism.  I work with families to help them understand the basis of Intensive Interaction, the techniques and how this can enable individuals to make progress with their social-communication, their emotional, cognitive and social development.

Background
I developed a passion for Autism whilst working in schools as a teaching assistant, I went on to study further and I subsequently completed my Masters in Autism in 2014.

 

Publications:

Hewett, D., Calveley, C., McKim, J., Mourière, A. (2019). Communication, human rights and Intensive Interaction, PMLD Link, 31 (92) 8-10.

Mourière A., Cauvin, A. (2018). Intensive Interaction : Qu'est-ce-que c'est ?, Handirect, 173, 12-13.

Mourière, A. (2018) Autism and Intensive Interaction & Intensive Interaction with more able people. In: Hewett, D (ed.). The Intensive Interaction Handbook, 2nd ed.

 

Mourière A., McKim, J. (Eds) (2018) Integrating Intensive Interaction: developing communication with children and adults with Severe Learning Difficulties, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and Autism. London: Routledge.

Mourière A., Scott-Roberts, S. (2017) Measuring the Impact of Intensive Interaction on Joint Attention and Intentional Communication using the FOCAL Wheels, Good Autism Practice, 18 (1) 34-45.

Mourière A. (2017) Intensive Interaction in schools: tackling misconceptions, PMLD Link, 29 (86) 2-5.

Mourière A. (2016) Capturing Evidence of Progress within the Fundamentals of Communication, PMLD Link, 28 (03) 10-16.