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Social Communication Strategies for Adolescents With Autism

1st January, 2008

Winner, M. G. & Crooke, P. J. (2011, January 18). The ASHA Leader.
The social journey through adolescence has always been complex, confusing, and in some ways counter to the interaction style needed for survival in the social world of adulthood. In adolescence, the rules of communicating are often subtle and unspoken—but breaking those rules can have far-reaching ramifications. The mechanisms of social communication during these years are finely tuned and nuance-based, and yet most adolescents have the ability to figure out intuitively how to get by.
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