Facilitated Communication

F is for Facilitated Communication (Unstrange Mind blog). Facilitated Communication began as an assistive method of communication for people with cerebral palsy, and is used by many non-verbal autistic people to communicate, predominantly by typing. This article gives a very good overview of it, complete with video segments, and answers some of the common objections.

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