Students who struggle with executive function disorders have difficulty planning, executing, managing, and self regulating both cognitive and social behaviors. At A Way to Learn, an executive coach will work with your child on an individual program which will address your child's specific needs as we work with their current school curriculum, address social problem solving, and provide intensive executive training.
"My son has been going to A Way To Learn for over a year now. We were recommended by a respected friend. During that time, my son has shown growth academically and in organizing his routines. I feel that the instructors at A Way to Learn are attentive, personable, and very professional. Being a former NY teacher and a person who has children with challenges, I have had exposure to many teaching styles and approaches on managing children emotionally and academically. I truly believe that anyone who comes to A Way to Learn to "Learn", WILL come out more fortunate!!!"
Some Helpful Links:
- Explaining Executive Function
- Executive Function & ADHD: Implications of two conflicting views
- Helping Kids Who Struggle with Executive Function
- Executive Function: Describing 6 Aspects of a Complex Syndrome
- Executive Function: Problem or Just a Lazy Kid
- Interventions Shown to Aid Executive Function Development