Posted 22 February 2016 - 10:27 AM
Personally, I think he's marvellous, but to people his own age, he is quite different. He does what he wants! He's not shy, he doesn't care what people think and looking cool is not a priority! He is lovely, warm, funny and chatty,although he can be judgemental and takes things too literally most times.
Does anyone know of any london groups he might be able to go to, to meet friends? He would be very supportive others too.
Posted 22 February 2016 - 10:53 AM
Maybe not what you're looking for, but I've just finished reading "Living Well on the Spectrum" by Valerie Gaus. It's a very practical book, with worksheets designed to help identify the things that cause the biggest problems, and work out ways to deal with them. Making friends, and getting on with people at college and work, is covered extensively. I'm about to start working through the process suggested to see if it works for me, and it may well be useful to your son.
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Posted 26 March 2016 - 10:21 PM
Long time no speak
Glad to hearcyou still doing your research
Hope it works out for you
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