Here is a brief list of some government programs or government-funded programs that are implementing or supporting facilitated communication training around the world (not a comprehensive list):
State of Massachusetts, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Facilitated Communication is included in the Guidelines for Preparation of Teachers of Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities: "Approved programs should ensure that teachers of students with moderate or severe disabilities: 1. understand educational, communication and professional terminology and concepts related to augmentative and alternative communication and assistive technologies; 2. are familiar with the range of AAC devices and methodologies as defined in 603 CMR 7.02, and facilitated communication, that can be used to effectively teach students. Some examples of ACC devices and methodologies include: Communication Aids--Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)...Dynamic displays...Auditory Scanning...Facilitated communication..."
Programa de Habilitación del Lenguaje a través de la Escritura en Autismo y otros Trastornos Severos del Desarrollo. This program is now an Extension Program at the School of Psychology of the University of Buenos Aires, and as such has undergone stringent reviews. Below is the link.
Director: Lic. Daniel Orlievsky (who has published widely in Spanish language journals on his research on facilitated communication)
Italy has four accredited FC centers: the Centro Studi e Ricerca in Neuroriabilitazione CNAPP in Rome, the Centro Studi sulla Comunicazione Facilitata – W.O.C.E. in Zoagli (GE), the Instituto M.P.P. Padri Trinitari A. Quarto di Palo in Andria (BA), and the Centro Sperimentale per i Disturbi dello Sviluppo e della Comunicazione in Padua. These are noted in the chapter “Statistical Analysis of Textual Data from Corpora of Written Communication—New Results from an Italian Interdisciplinary Research Program (EASIEST) by Lorenzo Bernardi and Arjuna Tuzzi, University of Padua, Italy, in the book A Comprehensive Book on Autism Spectrum Disorders,in the Acknowledgements on page 429.
Vermont Communication Task Force