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Developing friendships : tips for creating positive peer interaction

By: Murphy, Linda K.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest February 2018 : 35-37. 2018Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | PEER INTERACTION | FRIENDSHIPS | PARENT GUIDESSummary: Notes that for many children with ASD, ADHD or other social communication challenges, connecting with peers in a positive, sustained way and developing true friendships can be hard. Provides a "cheat sheet" of five guiding principles to help achieve lasting relationships. 1. Consistency. 2. Keep it short. - 3. Use authentic activities. - Be open. - 5. Reflect on memories and make future plans.
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Notes that for many children with ASD, ADHD or other social communication challenges, connecting with peers in a positive, sustained way and developing true friendships can be hard. Provides a "cheat sheet" of five guiding principles to help achieve lasting relationships. 1. Consistency. 2. Keep it short. - 3. Use authentic activities. - Be open. - 5. Reflect on memories and make future plans.

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