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SYMPOSIUM
Speakers - Social Relationships Track
 

The 2nd Annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium is thankful and grateful for the many speakers who are giving of their time to spend with us in sharing great information at this event.

"Reaching Beyond Everyday Social Interactions; Dealing with Difficult People" - David Griffin, MEd

 

Summary of Presentation

This presentation will go over the basic communication skills that are the foundation for all successful interactions and then expand upon specific examples of techniques the presenter has found successful when engaged with “difficult” people.

 

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"Safety Skills for Aspies (Wallflowers are easy to pluck!)"

 

Dia Neighbors, BA

 

Summary of Presentation

Being an adult on the spectrum exposes us to manipulative and dangerous people and situations. In this presentation, we will explore the reasons for this and learn concrete tips and techniques to identify and deal with unsafe, unhealthy people in our daily lives.

 

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