“Rev Up Your Child’s Executive Functions for a Successful School Year” [Video Replay & Podcast #318]

Episode Description


After a lengthy summer of comfy schedules, unstructured time, and no homework, the transition again to school is never clean — particularly for children with ADHD and especially in a year riddled with uncertainty and fear. You and your kid may be using an emotional roller coaster immediately into the fall, which affects executive functions amongst other important finding out functions.

In this hour-long webinar, be told sensible ways to get your child’s brain again in “school mode” so they're in a position for a successful school yr, regardless of how that looks. If you've tried teaching executive functioning strategies that never appear to “stick,” there is good news: This webinar will be offering evidence-based approaches to reboot your child’s mind to concentrate, listen, and persist with via at school.

Listen and be told from Rebecca Branstetter, Ph.D., and Elizabeth A. Sautter, M.A., CCC, about:

  • How to “turn on” your child’s brain for listening, focus, and paying consideration
  • How to “Zone the Home” for a easy transition back to school
  • Simple mindfulness methods to boost EF
  • Effective approaches to increase follow-through while you ask your child to do schoolwork

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Meet the Expert Speakers

Rebecca Branstetter, Ph.D., is a school psychologist, creator, and skilled in the space of child construction and schooling. She has published a number of books for oldsters and pros on supporting suffering scholars, particularly the ones with attention and executive functioning challenges. Her insights have been published in a variety of media retailers, similar to Huffington Post, Greater Good Science Center, CNN Health, Education.com, and National Public Radio.  She is co-founder of the Make It Stick Parenting Course. | See expert’s full bio »

Elizabeth A. Sautter, M.A., CCC, is a approved speech and language pathologist, blogger, author, presenter, and founder of Make Social Learning Stick and co-founder of Communication Works, a personal follow offering speech and language products and services to school districts in the San Francisco Bay Area. She focuses on social, emotional, and executive functioning intervention and consulting. | See expert’s full bio »

Listener Testimonials

  • “I thoroughly enjoyed this webinar and stay up for re-watching it and sharing it and the methods with my shoppers.”
  • “What was once so good about this used to be how it incorporated the fact that kids with AHD most probably have parents with ADHD, and made its advice very centered, digestible, and DOABLE. I believe actually empowered being attentive to them.”
  • “Incredible webinar with so much great, actionable suggestions. Thank you!!”
  • “Both Rebecca and Elizabeth have been very a professional and their recommendation was transparent, practical, and related to all parents in today’s international.”

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