Creating Friendships at the Secondary School Level

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May. 27, 2022Updated Jun. 22, 2022

Younger children may naturally play with each other, but what about when our children enter middle school and high school? They may find it harder to make friends when they have so many different classes and no recess (what?!). Dr. Falvey shares her advice for socializing with peers and what to write into an IEP.

For more tips on socialization and inclusion from Dr. Falvey, go here!


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