Children and teenagers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) typically struggle with social skills. In this video a behavioural psychologist talks about helping children and teenagers with ASD learn social skills. Techniques like role-plays and social scripts can help children learn eye contact, greetings and other skills that are important in daily life.
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