VIG and Covid-19  Information and Guidance

Conference, 1 October 2020 postponed to June 2021 in Blackpool - bookings being transferred

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On the following pages you can learn about Video Interaction GuidanceTM, how it works and how effective it is.

There is information about AVIGuk, the organisation that regulates standards in the quality of video interaction guidance in the UK.

Information is provided about how to get started with an introductory training course and our directory can be used to contact members of the association close to you who have been accredited to provide training.

You can learn about the variety of uses to which VIG can be put, but first, take a look at a film produced by Kent Educational Psychology Service which describes its use as a tool for family work. 

VIG in a nutshell

VIG in a nutshell

Training in VIG


You can read about the training process.


The first step is an Introductory training course.

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Upcoming courses



Research on VIG has been gradually increasing since its inception.  Reviews of this research have informed decisions by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) to recommend VIG in three separate guidelines.

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"Attuned Interactions" is affiliated to AVIGuk.

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Attuned Interactions


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access to up to date publications

The association is developing a learning Management system which will include a new data base for all the VIG publications

knowledge base

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