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Read More Use Inflexibility to Teach Flexibility August 29, 2017Young people with autism often have differences in their flexibility skills.

This is just one example of the types of skills taught in PEERS®, the only evidence-based social skills program for teens and young adults with ASD.Participants will then be asked to identify what was wrong with that example of flirting and to consider what that experience might have been like from the perspective of the receiver.This bad example will, of course, be followed by a good role-play demonstration of how to flirt appropriately, using our four simple steps, along with another exercise in perspective taking.To ensure that our participants can successfully follow these steps, students rehearse by taking turns practicing flirting with a male or female peer coach, depending on their preference, while receiving performance feedback from the treatment team.Finally, in order to generalize this skill to more natural settings, participants are given a homework assignment to practice flirting with someone during the week, but only if they are truly interested and attracted to the person.As the 2017 legislative session approaches its final days, teachers’ health insurance looms as the central issue threatening the peace between lawmakers and the governor.

Can the two sides find common ground on how to ensure that anticipated savings in teachers’ new health coverage finds its way to Vermont property owners?

“The state is not their employer,” argued Vermont-NEA president Martha Allen.

Health insurance is part of teachers’ overall compensation packages, she argued, and should be negotiated alongside pay and other benefits.

For more information, please visit the UCLA PEERS® Clinic website at D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior.

As co-developer of PEERS®, an evidence-based social skills program for adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder, she is the author of two treatment manuals and one parent book.

“There have been no meetings on the issue,” said Jason Gibbs, Scott’s chief of staff.