In the Media
Individuals who type to communicate are increasingly fetaured in the popular press. Look here for the latest radio and television interviews, magazine and newspaper articles related to communication and inclusion.
Article in the Huffington Post about Henry Frost's fight to attend his neighborhood public school.
National Geographic video about Larry Bissonnette's art and life (June 2012).
Mark Utter, a man who types to communicate is creating a film about his communication obstacles that challenges us to embrace our different ways of being human.
Article about Chandima Rajapatiranai and his mother Anoja's work in SriLanka to get people communicating using facilitated communication. Chandima tells us: “Those of us in the disabled field say, ‘label jars not people.’
"Wretches and Jabberers," a film about the travels of disability rights advocates Tracy Thresher and Larry Bissonnette, who use FC to communicate, co-produced by Douglas Biklen, director of the ICI.
Burlington Free Press article
Newsweek’s Education site article, 01/16/2011.
Check Tracy Tresher and Larry Bissonnette's latest blog posts
Jacob Artson's communication journey, published in The Huffington Post, 1/12/2012
DJ Savarese receives a scholarship awarded for high school students with inovative ideas, published at DesMoinesRegister.com, 10/13/2010.
Jamie Burke and Ralph Savarese speaking about neurodiversity, autism and alternative communication on Iowa Public Radio, 02/23/2010.
Hesham Khater in an interview for the Daily Orange, 'I Am Not Human To Them', talks about family, college and social relationships, 10/21/2008.
Amanda Bags' you tube video “My Language” gained national attention. Articles on WIRED Magazine, 02/25/2008, and The New York Times, 02/28/2008, discuss language, the concept of normalcy, social assumptions and autism.
Richard Attfield in an interview with Donna Williams on the American Chronicle explaining about FC, independence, relationships and advocacy, 07/02/2007.
Inside the autistic mind inTime Magazine, Hanna's story of communication and academic success with FC is narrated. With her story social assumptions on autism are challenged, 05/07/2006.