People on the autism spectrum often have difficulty communicating. For this reason, they may appear to you as withdrawn, not striving to build relationships. However, these are appearances. Most of them want and need contact with others, but have difficulties in establishing and maintaining it. Each of us can help them! Let's start by learning about the communication differences and communication needs of people with ASD. By doing so, we will make it easier for them to dialogue and find their way in social relationships, which are not intuitive for them and which they need to learn.
By increasing your knowledge of autism and the communication needs of people on the spectrum, you are helping. You are building a better world where they are accepted and understood.
Guidebook "How to communicate with people with ASD?"
Speak in simple language. Formulate your expectations clearly. Opt for verbal messages - these are just some of the tips you should know to make conversation easier for people with autism. Download the guide prepared by JiM Experts, which will be your guide to building good communication with people on the spectrum.
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