Hi everyone. I am wondering if any of you have suggestions for how to teach body language skills to kids with communication disabilities (think autism spectrum disorders, social pragmatic learning disorder, anxiety, etc.)? I have kids with these struggles, but they are very high functioning, so other people don't usually know they have the disabilities and just assume they are a bit eccentric or unique. As a result, my kids silently struggle a lot with typical group activities and dynamics with other kids their ages, and with decoding interactions with adults, as well. I have been using Vanessa's e-courses with my family to help teach them and my kids really, really enjoy them! They are becoming more aware of other people's body language and non-verbals and what they mean, as well as their own. However, the info is still over some of their heads. I am looking for ways to better teach them one-on-one and as a family group. I am looking forward to going through Vanessa's Trainer course and becoming certified, but I could use some suggestions on how to tailor the teaching of her information to teens with these kinds of disabilities, in the mean time. Also, some fun ways to practice and apply it with unimpaired, eager, and somewhat pugnacious children younger than 8 yrs old who are interested and want to join in the fun :-). Any suggestions? Thanks!!