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The Friendship Quality Checklist

By: Faherty, Catherine.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest May 2018: 14-16. 2018Subject(s): AUTISM | FRIENDSHIPSSummary: Observes that having friends and being socially connected have far-reaching positive effects. However, friendship doesn't come easily for all people and is commonly considered to be especially complicated for autistic people. With this in mind, describes the development of "The Friendship Quality Checklist" which aims to help teens and adults think about and analyze whether or not someone is a true friend.
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Observes that having friends and being socially connected have far-reaching positive effects. However, friendship doesn't come easily for all people and is commonly considered to be especially complicated for autistic people. With this in mind, describes the development of "The Friendship Quality Checklist" which aims to help teens and adults think about and analyze whether or not someone is a true friend.

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