1. Autism

School, play & work

Shared interests foster healthy school relationships.
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    Autism affects how children’s play develops, but you can help your child’s play skills grow, starting with simple games and play activities. Get ideas.

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    Socialising at parties can be challenging but also good for children with autism. Planning and building skills can help your child enjoy social events.

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    Many children and teenagers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience anxiety at school. Read how to support your child and help manage anxiety.

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    Teenagers with autism can get a lot out of volunteer and paid work. The first step is matching your child’s strengths to paid or unpaid work opportunities.

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