• Facilitated communication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facilitated_communication Facilitated Communication (FC), or supported typing, is a discredited technique used by some caregivers and educators in an attempt to assist people with severe ...
  • Facilitated Communication and Autism

    autism.about.com/od/alternativetreatmens/a/FC.htm Facilitated communication (FC) is a highly controversial technique for helping non-verbal individuals with autism and similar disabilities to "talk." Does ...
  • Facilitated Communication - ASHA

    www.asha.org/policy/PS1995-00089 Facilitated communication is a technique by which a “facilitator” provides physical and other supports in an attempt to assist a person with a significant ...
    • Institute on Communication and Inclusion - School of ...

      soe.syr.edu/centers_institutes/.../schoolsofpromise Institute on Communication and Inclusion. ... Formerly called the Facilitated Communication Institute, our updated name represents a broadened focus, ...
    • Facilitated Communication - Autism Watch

      autism-watch.org/rx/fc.shtml Facilitated Communication Stephen Barrett, M.D. Facilitated communication is a process in which a "facilitator" supports the hand or arm of a severely handicapped ...
    • Facilitated communication | definition of facilitated ...

      medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Facilitated+communication facilitated communication A form of behavioural therapy that may be successful in treating some cases of autism. In facilitated communication (FC), a helper holds or ...
    • Facilitated Communication - ASHA

      www.asha.org/policy/TR1994-00139.htm Introduction. Facilitated communication (FC) is a technique in which physical, communication, and emotional support is provided by a facilitator to an individual with ...