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Social Isolation

By National Autistic Society (NAS)

Summary

This online article discusses how people on the autism spectrum can sometimes be socially isolated. The article provides a number of suggestions to help reduce social isolation, such as joining groups organized around special interests, social skills groups, or autism social groups.

Founded in 1962, the National Autistic Society (NAS) “provide[s] information, support and pioneering services, and campaign[s] for a better world for autistic people.” [Website]

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Visit www.autism.org.uk/About/Communication/Social-isolation

Subject(s)

This online article is in English

Publication:

National Autistic Society (NAS)
United Kingdom

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