Social Competence - Part 1: Overview


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What is social competence? How does it differ from social skills? Why is social competence important for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)? This segment provides answers to these questions and delves into how the characteristics of ASD affect the ability to acquire social competence.

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Social Competence

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