An essay on FC including its history, the controversy, validation studies and commentary from the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance.
Articles, references and other information concerning Facilitated Communication, a method to help people with pointing disabilities and lack of speech to communicate through typing.
A paper published by "The American Psychologist" concluding that in controlled research settings people with disabilities were unable to respond accurately to label or describe stimuli unseen by their assistants, and that the responses are in fact controlled by the assistants.
A current schedule of upcoming activities including research, public education, training and scholarly seminars at the Institute as well as the full text of conference keynote speeches by FC users.
An essay describing the pros and cons of FC with links to testimonials and research.
A Group of facilitated communication users in Pennsylvania who are actively promoting FC as a valid method of alternative and augmentive communication. This website is designed by them.
Article published in the September 1995 "The Rocky Mountain Skeptic" addressing the issue of FC being used as the basis for allegations of physical or sexual abuse by a parent or caretaker.