Dr Jean M Novak, a professor at the San Jose State University, recently compiled a document that aims to clarify issues and debunk misconceptions about Rapid Prompting Method. The aim of the document is to start a healthy conversation with professionals about the importance of using what works best a child, through the educational process.
You can download the document here: The differences Between RPM & Facilitated Communication
Our students and their families have seen a great progression since they started using Rapid Prompting Method. We put together a video about the progression of one of our students Fiacre Ryan. If you need any information or you would like to discuss RPM, please get in touch.
Last week the Western People featured an article about one of our students, Fiacre Ryan. Fiacre is autistic and is non verbal and just over 5 years ago, RPM was introduced in the his life. Fiacre and his family have seen huge benefits since.
You can read the full article by following this link to the Western People, select “Community Section” and the article is featured on page 10.