Learn How to Improve Executive Functioning Skills at the Jane Herron Lecture

Learn How to Improve Executive Functioning Skills at the Jane Herron Lecture
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Rachel Charlip, Assistant Director of Development

Join us for our Jane Herron Lecture on improving executive functioning skills featuring author Dr. Sharon Saline on Monday, November 11 at 7:00 p.m.

Building better brains: How improving executive functioning skills fosters academic success

Are you tired of struggling with your child or teen over school, homework or chores? Fostering progress at school means sharpening kids' executive functioning skills. In this dynamic and interactive presentation based on current research about the developing brain and examples from students themselves, Dr. Saline will show you how and why executive functioning skills are critical to the learning process.

With a deeper understanding of these skills, you’ll be able to create more effective strategies to nurture cognitive strengths and overcome daily challenges. Dr. Saline will also address the ways that stress and anxiety affect students, their academic performance and social relationships. You will walk away with easy, practical tools to improve organization, planning and follow-through.

Dr. Saline's book, What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew will be available for purchase that evening. Click here to learn more about Dr. Saline and click here to RSVP now!

   

 

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