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Interventions in practice - examples from practitioners

We warmly welcome examples from practitioners of how you have used particular interventions on What Works in your practice. Your perspective and experience as a practitioner is very valuable; these case studies help create a much fuller picture of an intervention and can be very helpful to others in making decisions about which interventions to use. You may also find it's a useful way of reviewing how things went!

Submitting a case study should be relatively straightforward and not too time-consuming - what we're looking for is a clear and objective description of your experience using a specific intervention, not a piece of academic research.

We have developed a template and guidance to help you. 

Please send any completed case studies to enquiries@thecommunicationtrust.org.uk, and do feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or would like some assistance.

 

Examples from practitioners   

NB If contact details are provided within a case study, this means that authors are happy to be contacted to discuss further. 

Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme - please click here

Core Vocabulary - please click here

Core Vocabulary 2 - please click here

Metaphon - please click here

Makaton - please click here

Active Listening - please click here

Talking Time - please click here

Talk Boost - please click here

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Inclusion on What Works does not constitute an endorsement from the Moderating Group or The Communication Trust either for individual interventions or the organisations that produced them.

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