Autism Books - Facilitated Communication

Carol Lee Berger.
Facilitated Communication and Technology Guide (Eugene, Oregon: New Breakthroughs, 1994). New Breakthroughs, PO Box 25228, Eugene, Oregon 97402 USA [autism,fc]
Carol Lee Berger.
Facilitated Communication Guide (Eugene, Oregon: New Breakthroughs, 1992). New Breakthroughs, PO Box 25228, Eugene, Oregon 97402 USA [autism,fc]
Carol Lee Berger.
Facilitated Communication Guide and Materials (Eugene, Oregon: New Breakthroughs, 1992). New Breakthroughs, PO Box 25228, Eugene, Oregon 97402 USA [autism,fc]
Carol Lee Berger.
Facilitated Communication Guide, Volume 2 (1993). [autism,fc]
Douglas Biklen.
Communication Unbound: How Facilitated Communication is Challenging Traditional Views of Autism and Ability/Disability (New York: Teachers College Press, 1993). Part of the series Special Education. Includes Biklen's first article on Facilitated Communication originally published in the Harvard Educational Review. ISBN: 0807732214 (paperback, 221 pages). [autism,fc]
Douglas Biklen & Don Cardinal, ed.
Contested Words, Contested Science: Unraveling the Facilitated Communication Controversy (New York: Teachers College Press, 1997). Part of the series Special Education Series. Includes reports on studies that address the validity of facilitated communication. Studies include Calculator & Singer, 1992; Cardinal, Hanson, & Wakeham, 1996; Crossley, 1992; Heckler, 1994; Intellectual Disability Review Panel, 1989; Karp, 1993; Karp, Biklen, & Chadwick, 1993; Steering Committee, 1993; Sheehan, 1993; Sheehan & Matuozzi, 1994; Vazquez, 1994; Weiss, Wagner, Bauman, 1996. One chapter was co-written by the autistic son of a member of the AUTISM mailing list. ISBN: 0807736023 . [autism,fc]
Douglas Biklen & Don Cardinal, ed.
Presuming Competence: Empirical Investigations of Facilitated Communication (New York: Teachers College Press). Due summer 1996. Includes reports of research on facilitated communications. I assume this was a proposed title later changed to Contested Words, Contested Science. [autism,fc]
Cherlene Brandl.
Facilitated Communication: Case Studies -- See Us Smart! (Ann Arbor, MI: Robbie Dean Press, 1999). [autism,fc,account]
Rosemary Crossley.
Facilitated Communication Training (New York: Teachers College Press, 1994). Part of the series Special Education. Vol 14 in series ISBN: 080773327X (paperback, 160 pages). [autism,fc]
Rosemary Crossley.
Speechless: Facilitating Communication for People without Voices (New York: E. P. Dutton, 1997). ISBN: 0525941568 (272 pages). [autism,fc]
Anne M. Donnellan & Martha R. Leary.
Movement Differences and Diversity in Autism/Mental Retardation: Appreciating and Accommodating People with Communication Challenges (Madison, Wisconsin: DRI Press, 1995). ISBN: 1886928002 . [autism,fc,mr]
David Eastham.
Understand (Oliver Pate, 1985). 56 pages. A book of poetry developed by a student labeled autistic who uses facilitated communication to express his ideas. His poetry gives insight into the experiences of people labeled autistic. The author was the subject of the book Silent Words. [autism,poetry,fc]
Margaret Eastham & Anne Grice, ed.
Silent Words: The Story of David Eastham (Ottawa: Oliver Pate, 1992). Also 1990. 236 pages. A true story of the successful education of a non-verbal autistic person (David Eastham, author of Understand) and the techniques through which he learned to communicate. [autism,account,fc]
David A. Hill & Martha R. Leary.
Movement Disturbance: A Clue to Hidden Competencies in Persons Diagnosed with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities (Madison, Wisconsin.: DRI Press, 1993). 31 pages. [autism,fc]
Mary Lapos.
A Foot in Both Worlds (1996). $5.00. Privately printed. [autism,fc]
Russell Martin.
Out of Silence: a Journey into Language (New York: Henry Holt, 1994). The author attributes his nephew's autism to pertussis inoculation, describes the physiology of language development and details how the child learned to communicate through facilitated communication. Also called Out of Silence: An Autistic Boy's Journey into Language and Communication ISBN: 112161826X (Henry Holt); ISBN: 0805019987 ; ISBN: 0140247017 (Penguin Books, 1995). [autism,account,fc]
Rosalind C. Oppenheim.
Effective teaching methods for autistic children (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1973). ISBN: 0398028583 (hardcover, 116 pages). [autism,se,account,fc]
Dan Reed.
Paid for the Privilege: Hearing the Voices of Autism (Madison, Wisconsin: DRI Press, 1996). 162 pages. [autism,account,fc]
Jesse Richard, Kathleen Jackson, Mary Urlich & Aaron Urlich.
First Hand: personal accounts of breakthroughs in Facilitated Communicating (Madison, Wisconsin: DRA Press, 1993). 55 pages. Three case studies. [autism,fc,account]
Adriana Rocha & Kristi Jorde.
A Child of Eternity: An Extraordinary Young Girl's Message from the World Beyond (Ballantine Books, 1995). Adriana is non-verbal and autistic and began using facilitated communication with her mother, Kristi, at age 9. Includes some unusual claims. ISBN: 034538945X (hardcover, 299 pages). [autism,account,fc]
Birger Sellin.
I Don't Want to be Inside Me Anymore (New York: Basic Books, 1995). Anthea Bell's translation of the German book, ich will kein inmich mehr sein. ISBN: 0465031722 ; ISBN: 0465088880 (HarperCollins, 1996). [autism,account,fc]
Howard Shane, ed.
Facilitated Communication: The Clinical and Social Phenomenon (San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, 1994). Skeptical of FC. ISBN: 1565933419 (paperback). [autism,fc]
Diane Twachtman-Cullen.
A Passion to Believe: Autism and the Facilitated communication Phenomenon (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1998). Part of the series Essays in Developmental Science. Skeptical of FC. Author concludes the communications are coming from the facilitators. Reader: written with a lot of sensitivity and respect for the autistic people involved. ISBN: 0813390982 (hardcover, 240 pages). [autism,fc]
Dietmar Zoeller.
Ich gebe nicht auf: Aufzeichnungen und Briefe eines autistischen jungen Mannes, der versucht, sich die Welt zu oeffnen (Bern: Scherz Verlag, 1992). Ich gebe nicht auf: I won't give up. ISBN: 3502188866 (Scherz, 224 pages); ISBN: 3423304529 (DTV, 1995). [autism,account,fc,german]