Everydayhealth.com: Can Kids With Autism Crack–and Understand–Jokes?

Jordon Hollow performing at Scotty’s Comedy Cove in Springfield, New Jersey.

Photo Courtesy of Steven M. Hollow

For someone on the autism spectrum, reading social cues can be difficult. Being met with a blank stare — especially after telling what you think is a very funny joke — can trigger anxiety.

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