It can be difficult to socialize and make friends for many children with autism. Often that's because reading body language and others' emotions doesn't always come easily. Many of us seem to learn these social skills naturally, but maybe there's also a way to teach them. The Psychology Lab at Indiana State University is trying to tap into that idea with improvisational theater.
Read more in this article from PBS’s “All Things Considered”: https://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2017/02/13/508978540/using-improv-to-help-kids-with-autism-show-and-read-emotion