Helping teenagers to improve self confidence

Posted by: alisrowe, March 7, 2017

Many people with autism also have mental health problems, which include: low mood, anxiety, loneliness and a lack of self-confidence. The teenage years are arguably some of the toughest years for everyone, so here are a few suggestions to help teenagers with ASD feel more confident. These are some of the things I wish my parents, friends and teachers had done and said to help me. I’ve written it for parents but it could be for anyone who cares about someone with ASD:

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