PEERS: Lessons in relationships for young adults

How do I let someone know I’m interested in them? How do I exchange contact  information? What steps are needed for planning a get-together or a date? These are questions that nine young men had when they became part of the PEERS for Young Adults program that the Niagara Chapter offered this past spring. PEERS (Program for Enrichment & Education of Relational Skills) was developed by Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson from UCLA
for teens with high functioning autism and Aspergers who are interested in learning how to make and keep friends. PEERS is a 14- week, evidence-based social skills program where caregivers (social coaches) and teens have separate but concurrent weekly lessons pertaining to social skills