Most of us take social interaction in our stride. We may be outgoing, or we may be shy, but most of us know how to respond or how to pick up basic signals about how someone is feeling. We have understanding of our own emotions, and can often understand how someone else may be feeling. These skills are highly complex and are learned through years of picking up signals and learning to respond. Autism makes this a much harder process.
Children who have autism:
This selection of 3 products offer games and activities to work on these social interaction issues: from hearing stories about feelings, studying bright cards about emotions to understanding personalised social situation stories.
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