22-Mar-2020 01:38:31 | The Guardian
In times like these football can help because it reminds us that what matters is each other.
My mother told me a story recently about her friend’s young son who has autism. He finds it difficult to make friends and to concentrate at school, so this year his dad signed him up for his first season of football. After a few weeks his social skills had already improved; he was becoming more patient and better at working in groups.
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