This PowerPoint presentation is designed to teach children how to give an appropriate compliment. It was specifically designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. Children with these disorders tend to have difficulty with Theory of Mind and do not understand that everyone does not see things exactly they way that they do. Because of this difficulty, they don't understand that people can't know what they are thinking. They tend to assume that they can, so they don't understand the need of compliments. They also tend to be concrete as well as black and white, so complimenting can be seen as lying. These children believe if they think that something is true they need to say it, even if it is not kind because if they think that it is true then everyone must think that it is true as well. As a result, they tend to say insulting things not realizing that there are ways to say true things without hurting someone's feelings. This PowerPoint is designed to provide a step-by-step process for giving compliments, the need for giving compliments, and the benefits for giving compliments. There are also videos to support the lesson as well as scenarios to practice giving compliments.