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...sition. This will avoid that cases as the one in the reading, where the facilitator unconsciously type things for the kids, continue to happen whenever programs similar to the facilitated communication are being used.
Finally, I do not believe that the problem per se is on the FC program but in the individuals that they are using to facilitate the communication between the child with autism and the people around them. I am not saying that this people have a twisted mind and that is why they type that their families sexually abused these kids, but that they are human and so can easily attach to the person and make mistakes as the one presented in both reading and video. Because as the facilitator expressed on the reading is the facilitator’s desire to connect with the child what makes them unconsciously stray from the goal of helping the kid to type by themselves.
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