Get him involved in community sports or other activities. Go to the local library, they likely have tons of stuff posted.
Quoting victoria1971:My son is the same way. He has speech issues so nobody wants to be friends with him. It sucks
My daughter is on the spectrum (Aspergers) and is a very socially "weird" child.
I reached out to support groups just to get her confidence up and help her with her social interaction and met up with parents and other kids like her a few times a month. I live in a small town, it seems like very fortunately there seem to be a lot of groups out there.
Have you tried that for your son?
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