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Supplanted Voices: Speaking for Non-Verbal Autistics

Non-verbal (or developmentally delayed pre-verbal) autistic people, don’t have a “voice”. Various therapies (such as facilitated communication) and organisations (such as ASAN) purport to find them that voice, albeit it through other people. There is always a danger in claiming … Continue reading

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