REWATCH The Washington Parent Executive Functioning Facebook Live Event
Aired March 31st 2022 at 7:30 pm on the Washington Parent Facebook Page
Join Washington Parent’s Coach Deborah and expert guests to learn more about what Executive Functioning (EF) is and how we can help our kids with their necessary skills for self-regulation, working memory, reasoning and keeping up with home and school tasks.
- Tips on how to recognize whether your child needs help with EF Skills
- Info on how Executive Functioning deficits can affect academic performance, as well as the child’s participation in other areas of life
- Strategies on what parents, caregivers and educators can do to improve children’s Executive Functioning skills
- Symptoms that Executive Functioning deficits are affecting your child’s mental health
- The different types of resources available and which your child/teen needs
- And more
What is Executive Functioning? Ask the experts!
WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW:
Coach Deborah is joined by the following experts, on hand to explain how to spot the signs of difficulty, and to share helpful resources on EF skills.
Lynn Cannon, M.Ed., Social Learning Coordinator from The Ivymount Organization
Carey A. Heller, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist from The Heller Psychology Group
Wendy Weinberger, President & Co-Founder of Illuminos Academic Coaching & Tutoring
Jennifer Linton Reesman, PhD, ABPP, Neuropsychologist, Deputy Director of Neuropsychology from Chesapeake Center ADHD Learning & Behavioral Health
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Signs my Child is Having Difficulty With Executive Functioning
What is the Relationship Between EF Skills and ADHD?
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