“Ready, Set, Work: Help Students Fight Procrastination and Get to Work” [Video Replay & Podcast #156]

Episode Description

imageThe first step is the hardest. This is right for plenty of children with ADHD who without end fight to get began on classwork or homework. They procrastinate, put it off, and now and again avoid their work altogether — perhaps because they really feel crushed, no longer assured of their skills, or mentally fatigued from an afternoon of executive-function demands. The trick to getting began for many students is feeling ready — emotionally, physically, and mentally — to begin. The drawback: This very important preparation feels so much like work for plenty of youngsters, who keep away from it in any respect costs.

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Cindy Goldrich is a board-certified ADHD trainer. She makes a speciality of providing training, training, and fortify for fogeys, educators, and mental health execs to help children with ADHD and government function deficits succeed at home, at school, and in life. She gained her master’s in schooling in counseling psychology from Columbia University. She is the writer of the Calm and Connected workshop sequence for parents of kids with ADHD and the writer of 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD. She provides professional building workshops and shows nationwide.

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