Syndrome Strategies for Improving the Social Integration of Children with Asperger

@inproceedings{Attwood2000SyndromeSF,
  title={Syndrome Strategies for Improving the Social Integration of Children with Asperger},
  author={Tony Attwood},
  year={2000}
}
There is general agreement that children with Asperger syndrome have difficulties in social integration with their peers. Our current understanding of the nature of these difficulties is explained and specific strategies are described that are designed to encourage greater competence in the skills that are necessary to achieve effective social integration. While we do not have any clear scientific evidence of whether and how these strategies are successful, they provide a source of ideas for… CONTINUE READING

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