Interrupt a Conversation

When you are in a conversation you might need to interrupt. There is a correct way to do this and if you have an autism spectrum disorder, an intellectual disability or ADHD you might need some help to understand this. How To Interrupt a Conversation is ready to download with text and visuals or a text only version to help you.


1. Understand that it is okay to interrupt a conversation

<p>1. Understand that it is okay to interrupt a conversation</p>

2. Say ‘excuse me’ then either make a comment or ask a question

<p>2. Say ‘excuse me’ then either make a comment or ask a question</p>

3. Maintain an acceptable physical distance

<p>3. Maintain an acceptable physical distance</p>

4. Continue with the conversation or exit the conversation

<p>4. Continue with the conversation or exit the conversation</p>

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