Amaze (Autism Victoria) is the peak body for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Victoria. The organisation’s website contains extensive information on a variety of topics related to ASD www.amaze.org.au
Amaze factsheet “Playground Strategies” http://www.amaze.org.au/uploads/2011/08/Fact-Sheet-Playground-Strategies-Aug-20114.pdf
Amaze factsheet – “Friends versus Friendly” http://www.amaze.org.au/uploads/2011/08/Fact-Sheet-Friends-versus-Friendly-Aug-111.pdf
Indiana Resource Centre for Autism resource - “Making (and Keeping) Friends: A Model for Social Skills Instruction” http://www.iidc.indiana.edu/index.php?pageId=488
“Social Skills for Teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder” – information page for parents on the Raising Children Network
“Social Skills for Adolescents and Adults” web page aimed at adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder by The National Autistic Society in the United Kingdom http://www.autism.org.uk/living-with-autism/communicating-and-interacting/social-skills/social-skills-for-adolescents-and-adults.aspx
“Social Activity Groups: Another Approach for Helping to Bridge the Friendship Gap” - Indiana Resource Center for Autism http://www.iidc.indiana.edu/index.php?pageId=480
“Social Skills in Young Children” information webpage for parents, National Autistic Society in the United Kingdom, www.autism.org.uk/18453
Gray, C. (1995). Social Stories and Comic Strip Conversations: Unique Methods to Improve Social Understanding. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, Inc.
The links above are provided as suggested sources of helpful information. However, due to the changing nature of the internet, these sources may have changed or become outdated. Amaze is unable to vouch for the currency or veracity of information provided on third-party websites.