A two page Friendly Resource that includes everything you need to have a conversation with a potential friend, including asking to hang out. Following UCLA PEERS® evidenced based techniques. Excellent resource for tweens, teens, and adults on the Autism spectrum.
Tips recommended from evidenced based research includes:
Self Talk for Anxiety
Greetings: What To Say, How to Behave, Social Etiquette
How To Start Conversations: What to Say, How To Behave, Social Etiquette
Having Conversations: What to Say, How to Behave, Social Etiquette
Ending A Conversation: How to End A Conversation When You Are Accepted and How To End A Conversation When You Are Not Accepted
How To Know If Someone Is Interested or Not Interested
How To Invite A Potential Friend To Hang Out
Laminate back to back for durability.
An Excellent Resource for Tweens, Teens, and Adults
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