Helping Parents, Families, & Caregivers

5 reasons why Facilitated Communication takes advantage of families

5 reasons why Facilitated Communication takes advantage of families

Facilitated Communication is a computerized device, looking very much like a computer keyboard, that was developed in the mid 1970s to “help” children with autism, mental retardation, or other disabilities communicate. The problem is that the device is not scientifically proven, has led to false allegations against parents, and has a high likelihood that someone could manipulate what a child types. Find out more and stay informed!

 

 

   
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