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'''Amy Sequenzia''' is a user of [[facilitated communication]].
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'''Amy Sequenzia''' is a non-verbal autistic prominent in the field of [[Autism spectrum|autism]] and [[disability]] activism. She is known for voluminous writings that are produced through [[facilitated communication]] and published under her name.<ref name="Bakan">{{cite book |last1=Bakan |first1=Michael B. |last7=Peterson |first7=Gordon |authorlink1=Michael Bakan |title=Speaking for Ourselves: Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism |date=2018 |publisher=Oxford University Press |isbn=9780190855833 |pages=201–216 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=gnpVDwAAQBAJ&pg=FA201 |language=en}}</ref>
  
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==References==
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==External link==
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* [https://ollibean.com/author/amy-sequenzia/ Blog] at Ollibean.com
 
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Template:Use mdy dates Amy Sequenzia is a non-verbal autistic prominent in the field of autism and disability activism. She is known for voluminous writings that are produced through facilitated communication and published under her name.[1]

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External link

  • Blog at Ollibean.com