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Video Interaction Guidance 29 th October 2009 Working & Learning Together for Involvement Acorn Centre, Inverurie Jenny Whinnett Grampian Co-ordinator PAMIS. PAMIS is a voluntary organisation and registered charity based in Scotland

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Video interaction guidance 29 th october 2009 working learning together for involvement

Video Interaction Guidance

29th October 2009

Working & Learning Together for Involvement

Acorn Centre, Inverurie

Jenny Whinnett Grampian Co-ordinator PAMIS


Video interaction guidance 29 th october 2009 working learning together for involvement

PAMIS is a voluntary organisation and registered charity based in Scotland

We are a Unit within the faculty of Education & Social Work, University of Dundee

PAMIS is a member of the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability

PAMIS– in partnership with people with profound learning disabilities & their carers


Video interaction guidance 29 th october 2009 working learning together for involvement

We work in partnership with people with

profound & multiple learning disabilities,

their families and professionals

PAMIS has offices in Fife, Glasgow, Grampian,

South Lanarkshire and Tayside

Our head office is based in the White Top Research Unit, at the University of Dundee


Vig dynamic interactive training

VIG: dynamic & interactive training

Aims: to improve effective communication in the situation where it naturally occurs, building on each individuals unique and effective style.

  • Raising self awareness and reflection

  • Increasing attuned responses to others

  • Activating clients to solve their own problems

  • Reframing perceptions

  • Reducing stress and increasing self confidence

  • Achieving collaborative relationships


Vig benefits to an organisation

VIG : benefits to an organisation

VIG provides the opportunity for:

  • motivation – recognising strengths and promoting self-directed learning

  • co-operation and learning – through satisfying and effective communication

  • Sustained change and independence – by engaging the recipient as an equal partner in the problem solving/ learning process.


Vig positive interaction

VIG: positive interaction

  • Create heightened awareness of verbal and non verbal communication skills

  • Used in a number of different ways by different resources

  • Not professional staff instruction but self reflection


Vig example 1

VIG: example 1

Care agency staff working in family home:

  • Improve communication between staff and young girl with PMLD

  • Short course being developed, piloted and evaluated

  • Training course to be offered by social work


Vig example 2

VIG: example 2

Adult Day Centre Staff:

  • Member of staff taking VIG trainers course

  • 3 video sessions with day centre worker

  • Parent and staff view video pieces together

  • Parent and staff share information

  • Staff identify themselves were to improve communication


Videoing sessions

Videoing sessions

  • 10 minute positive piece of video

  • Micro-analysis carried out and 3 short clips chosen

  • Staff view and form communication goals

  • Future plan

  • Staff assessed by VEROC (Dundee University)

  • Certified through phases 1 - 3


Awarded

Awarded

Care Accolades for Innovative Training Methods


Contact details

Contact details

Jenny Whinnett

PAMIS Grampian Co-ordinator

Unit 5 Badentoy Business Centre

Badentoy Crescent

Portlethen

AB12 4YD

Tel: 01224 784456

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.dundee.ac.uk/pamis


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