Our adventurer is...
A child with or without a formal diagnosis
A child who struggles with forming and/or maintaining relationships with his/her peers
A child who misses social nuances
A child who struggles with understanding someone else’s point of view, and therefore gets into arguments with peers, but does not understand why.
A child who has difficulties with partner work.
A child who feels overwhelmed in social settings because he/she struggles with initiating or maintaining a conversation or play interaction.
A child who has trouble labeling and reading non-verbal cues, like facial expressions, body language and tone of voice
A child who has difficulties labeling emotions in him/herself and/or others
A child who has difficulties with being a flexible thinker and brainstorming alternative solutions to problems
A child who struggles with understanding and applying societal expectations that are not often explicitly taught, but are learned by observing.
A child who dominates a conversation or play-date
A child who struggles with transitioning between tasks
Julie Pike & Nili Geldwert