Students with executive function deficits have problems completing homework, organizing materials, and staying on task. The ability to manage time and work independently are skills students need everyday. Sarah Ward M.S., CCC/SLP will provide parents, students and educators with a better understanding of executive functioning deficits and the tools to cope with them effectively. This presentation will focus on the simple techniques that can be used to help students strengthen their learning skills.
• Close the homework circle by supporting students in recording, bringing home, completing and returning assignments
• Create a positive and productive environment for homework completion
• Learn to organize and process information for assignments, long term projects and study skills
This free program will begin at 7 p.m. December 6 at Glenbard South High School 23W200 Butterfield Rd. in Glen Ellyn.
Sarah Ward is co-director of Cognitive Connections in Concord, Massachusetts with 15 years experience in diagnostic evaluations, and treatment of children, with a wide range of developmental and acquired brain based learning difficulties and behavioral problems. Her practical workshops are in great demand in the US and internationally.