New FREE Webinar on Executive Functioning and Your Child
Does your child struggle with homework, getting ready for the school or bedtime routines?
Is she hardworking yet struggling in school?
Do you have frequent arguments with your child about leaving the house on time or keeping their room clean?
If you answered “yes,” to any of those questions, your child may have weak Executive Functioning.
Executive Functions include the brain’s ability to plan, organize, initiate, sequence and monitor one’s behavior. When a child has weak executive functions s/he struggles with independent life skills, problem solving and completing tasks efficiently.
Often parents and teachers know something is “off” with a child, but can’t put their finger on it. If you want to learn more about Executive Functioning and Executive Dysfunction, I invite you to attend my new free webinar,
Executive Functioning and Your Child:
How to Improve Focus, Organization and Time Management at Home
When: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at 8:00 – 8:45pm Eastern Time The webinar will be recorded and you will get emailed a link to the class to view at your convenience.
Where: The class takes place in an online webinar (details sent to you upon registration).
Cost: The webinar is FREE. In this webinar you will discover:
- What executive functioning is and isn’t.
- Signs and symptoms of executive dysfunction.
- How to get your child assessed for executive dysfunction.
- Ways to manage executive dysfunction at home, including examples of systems and routines you can begin to implement immediately.
- Six things parents can do support their child at home every day.
You can attend the class live on Wednesday, January 8 at 8:00pm Eastern Time.
If you can’t attend live, we will send all registrants an email with a link to the recording and you can watch the webinar at any time. Sign up in the box below for the date and time you would like to attend.
Once you sign up, you will immediately receive the call-in details.
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I look forward to speaking with you about Executive Functioning and Your Child.