Another great example of how improv is helping people understand social interactions. This article "Improv for autistic teens" from Encore Atlanta: Atlanta's Performing Arts Publication talks about using improv to help teens on the autism spectrum explore reading facial expressions and body language.
"What is acting? It is about reading and portraying emotions through voice and body language."
This group gives kids a place to explore and rehears interactions and relationships in the context of improv games and scenes.