Teaching how boys relate to each other

Often I find that boys who present with social learning challenges such as Aspergers, higher-verbal autism, learning differences and to a lesser extent, ADHD have trouble understanding other boys intentions when they’re trying to be friendly towards them.
Here I am at teaching an 8th grader diagnosed with Asperger’s how to understand when boys in his class are genuinely being friendly towards him.
I believe that learning how to be relatable is as important or more important than social competency because being relatable is what makes us endearing to are similar-age peers. Learn more about our unique approach to social learning from a male perspective at our website CenterADHD.com

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