Autism dating relationships
According to the National Autistic Society, 700,000 people in the UK are autistic, at a ratio of 3:1 men to women.
» learn more Individuals with disorders on the autism spectrum may find it difficult to engage with people with whom they would like to be friends.
If your son or daughter learns best with simple explanations and visual supports you might find the handout on friendships and dating from Shine SA helpful.
Individuals living with autism crave and deserve to have relationships of all kinds, from friendship and dating to marriage and parenthood.
However, people who have disabilities often have trouble forming relationships for a variety of reasons.
» learn more Many individuals with autism spectrum disorder do get married, but like everyone else, sometimes relationships end.
There's another blog post from Thomas and his friend Emma called Love On The Spectrum - find it here.