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Fluvoxamine is a type of SSRI antidepressant, used to treat a range of conditions but especially obsessive compulsive disorder.
FMT is an acronym for fecal (faecal) microbiota transplantation, the process of transplantation of fecal bacteria from one person to another.
Focalin is a brand name for dexmethylphenidate, a type of stimulant medication, used to treat inattention and hyperactivity.
|Focus Parent Training||
The Focus Parent Training programme is a home-based parent-training intervention.
Focussed interventions are designed to address a single skill or goal of a student on the autism spectrum.
Folacin is another term for vitamin B-9, which is one of the B-group of vitamins.
Folate is another term for vitamin B-9, which is one of the B-group of vitamins
Folic acid is another term for Vitamin B-9, which is one of the B-group of vitamins.
Folinic acid is an active form of folate, another term for Vitamin B-9, which is found naturally in foods.
|Food and Drug Administration||
The US Food and Drug Administration is the body which authorises the use of medications in the USA.
Food supplements is another term for dietary supplements, vitamins, minerals, herbs and other substances meant to improve diet.
|Fragile X Syndrome||
Fragile x syndrome is a genetic condition that causes a range of developmental problems including learning disabilities and cognitive impairment.
|Frameworks for Communication||
Frameworks for Communication is an approach based on encouraging parents to teach non-verbal communication skills such as pointing, before moving towards spoken language.
|Frankfurt Social Skills Training programme (KONTAKT)||
The Frankfurt Social Skills Training progamme (KONTAKT) is a social skills group for children and adolescents on the autism spectrum.
|Full Language Approach||
The full language approach to teaching involves the use of full sentences, with simplified vocabulary and structure, alongside visual materials, and informally assessed understanding.
A functional analysis is a process designed to provoke a behaviour in order to test theories about why the behaviour is happening.
|Functional Communication Training||
Functional communication training is a behavioural strategy for teaching people to use signs or other techniques as substitutes for the 'messages' underlying their challenging behaviour.
This glossary is designed to explain some of the jargon and gobbledygook used by some people when they talk about autism or research..
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