Social Competence - Part 4: Strategies for Social Competence

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What can you do to support individuals who struggle with social situations and interactions? This segment shares strategies to help build social competence including identifying when things go wrong and how to approach the situation differently next time. There is particular focus on relationship building with families, siblings, and potential romantic relationships.

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