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Children with autism benefit from social interactions initiated by peers

For most children with autism, social interaction is difficult. In fact, there are many that struggle to even engage in social play with peers. However, a new study has recently revealed that children with autism are likely to engage with play with other children if the other child initiates play, and, even though they may be stressed because of that interaction, the child with autism is likely to reap some benefits.
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http://www.growingyourbaby.com/2013/12/14/children-with-autism-benefit-from-social-interactions-initiated-by-peers/
Date
14th December 2013
Source
Growing Your Baby