For example, it may be useful to: (a) provide additional time to reach a choice, (b) minimize irrelevant information, (c) present closed questions, (d) offer encouragement and reassurance, and (e) address general issues around anxiety. Understanding how adults with ASD experience decision-making is especially relevant for family members and professionals who are involved in providing support to help these individuals achieve greater self understanding, self-advocacy and improved decision-making in lifespan activities such as employment and personal relationships.

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