Getting the words out: Facilitated communication training

@article{Crossley1992GettingTW,
  title={Getting the words out: Facilitated communication training},
  author={Rosemary Crossley and Jane Sara Remington-Gurney},
  journal={Topics in Language Disorders},
  year={1992},
  volume={12},
  pages={29–45}
}
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