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Last updated: 31st July 2014
Most people with autism or Asperger syndrome have some difficulties with social communication and interaction.
This section offers information about ways in which communication and social skills can be developed.
Parents and carers of children with an ASD often feel unable to communicate and interact with their child and are unsure of how to do so. This guide gives useful information on achieving this.
Information and advice about how to broach the subjects of puberty, sex and relationships with a child or young person with an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
People on the autism spectrum can experience social isolation. We'll look at the possible reasons for this, and ways in which people, their family, friends and carers can improve matters.
This area provides practical ideas to develop social skills. It holds one area of information written for parents and one written for adults with ASDs.
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