This material is designed to develop conversational skills in autistic children and youth. It focuses on the importance of actively listening and allowing others to guide the topic of the conversation. This helps to understand and respect the other person’s interests, fostering effective and respectful communication. Techniques such as asking relevant questions, sharing viewpoints in a balanced and moderate way, and how to handle disagreement healthily are highlighted. The material includes practical examples and exercises to practice these skills, such as remembering previously discussed interests and conducting conversations focused on these interests, always paying attention to the responses and emotions of others to guide the conversation appropriately. This approach not only improves conversational skills but also fosters interpersonal relationships and empathy.