Sunday, August 19, 2012

Relationships Challenging for People with Autism

Housemates Edward Wren and
Ana Clements spend time together.
Edward Wren used to automatically assume that when he liked someone romantically, that person returned the feelings. So he used to "jump right in," the 29-year-old said.
"It's hard to grasp where a relationship is," said Wren, who lives in a home operated by Richmond House, a nonprofit organization that provides supportive living to young adults who have higher functioning forms of autism such as Asperger's syndrome.

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