Interacting with Others

Interacting with peers may create particular challenges for children with ASD entering and progressing through primary school. Initially they may not show interest in others and may be unaware of the need to respond to and take direction from other students and adults. For success in the school years, development of basic interaction skills, play skills and coping mechanisms are necessary. To prepare and support your child to manage the primary school years, the development of the following skills can help your child to adapt to school life. Understands that others may need help Skills to encourage: Help another child if…

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