They are onto something, and you can help! Sign up to find out how you can help those with Social Communication Disorder (Asperger's).
What if every discussion ended with the other person blowing up in anger? You had no friends. You never went on a date, held hands, or even took a picture with an acquaintance? What if you were classified with a disorder but there was little help once you became an adult?
Wouldn't you want to listen to the person who said they could potentially help you? These are all true stories of clients we've worked with. They have worked with adults diagnosed with Social Communication Disorder (Asperger's) to achieve healthy, social lives and we believe there is a way to help others as well.
They are taking our experience of working one-on-one with these clients and providing that information to those who need it. The are still in the beginning phases and are partnering with Autism Society of Illinois to reach out to those who we can help. If you or someone you know is impacted by Social Communication Disorder and would like to see how you can help, sign up to be notified of any updates.
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