Ten Practical Strategies to Help Your Children Improve Their Executive Function Skills
Mary Murphy, PhD
February 26, 2020
10:00 a.m. to Noon
137 Old Ridgefield Road
Children and teens with Executive Function deficits have difficulties managing time constructively; setting goals appropriately; controlling emotional and behavioral impulses; prioritizing; sustaining attention; planning and organizing; starting tasks and following through; self-regulating; and making mature judgments regarding right & wrong and
cause & effect.
In readily understandable terms, Mary Murphy, PhD, will explain the complex topics of executive function and working memory – crucial aspects of a child’s ability to be successful in school and with everyday tasks – with an emphasis on how parents can assist them in developing and implementing helpful strategies.
Materials: Executive Functioning (PDF Format) and
Practical Strategies (Summary) (PDF Format)
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