Autistic Children Who Live With Pets Are Often More Assertive

December 30, 2014 10:12 PM

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New research suggests children with autism who live with pets in their home tend to have stronger social skills.

Past research has shown that dogs and other pets can act as catalysts in social interactions for most individuals, and these new findings show the effect is also prominent in children with autism, the University of Missouri-Columbia reported.

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