No two kids are the same and we all need “unique and special education” to succeed. Some students struggle in ways that fly under the radar and they don’t get the help they need to fully reach their potential. This teleseminar will show parents where to find professional help to identify their child’s strengths and weaknesses so he or she can get the right assistance. Hosted by Anderson & Associates Counseling and Psychologist Services.
Are you concerned because your child…
- Has an individual learning style that schools and tutors don’t understand
- Lacks the underlying academic skills to keep up with the rest of the class
- Has weak basic learning skills such as memory and attention that are getting in the way of good grades
- Hasn’t learned how to manage school by using the best study strategies, time management approaches and strategies for staying in charge of his or her emotions during tests
- Says things such as “I can’t do this” or “I’ll never learn this” or “I’m so stupid”
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, your child may have complicated learning needs that require specialized teaching approaches.
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All parents need to know about executive skills. These are the skills that help us monitor and direct our lives. We use our executive skills to plan and organize our behavior, make well-thought-out decisions, overrule immediate desires in favor of longer-term goals, take conscious control of emotions, and monitor our thoughts in order to work more efficiently and effectively.
Kids with ADHD have difficulty with one or more of the executive skills. And other types of learning issues can cause a child to have trouble developing and using their executive skills. Read more