How to respond when someone makes a comment or asks you a question. (Worksheets To Teach Conversations Skills To Autistic Children)


This material is designed to help children develop conversational skills, particularly responding appropriately when someone makes a comment or asks a question. The key goal is to cultivate the ability to maintain conversation.

This is achieved by providing a variety of real-life scenarios, each followed by multiple potential responses. The child is tasked with identifying the most appropriate and contextually relevant response. Scenarios range from informal conversations among peers to more formal exchanges with adults. The variety helps the child understand the subtleties and nuances of different social situations and to adapt their responses accordingly. The ultimate goal is to make conversations more natural, meaningful, and enjoyable for the child. This resource is also valuable for developing empathy, as it teaches the child to respect and pay attention to what the other person is saying, as well as to respond in a way that acknowledges the other person’s feelings or interests.


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