Have you ever pondered why certain people have trouble having meaningful relationships, reading social cues, or participating in conversations? The cause could be Social Communication Disorder (SCD), a disorder that is not well understood.

SCD is a disorder characterized by challenges with speaking and nonspeaking in social situations. It goes beyond shyness or introversion, despite what some people may believe. Individuals suffering from sickle cell disease (SCD) are able to comprehend language, but they frequently struggle with the nuances of social communication. They may find it difficult to recognize body language, initiate discussions, or detect sarcasm.