Building Executive Functioning Skills in Children

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Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) is a nonprofit educational organization that provides in-person and online classes to parents and all who care for children, toddlers, and teens.

Join them on April 18, 2024, for a webinar about executive functioning in children. This webinar is for parents with children in elementary through middle school:

Executive functioning challenges impact both kids and adults, requiring task management, collaboration, emotional control, and focus. These skills are vital for kids with ADHD, autism, or similar diagnoses, but beneficial for all children.

A PEP Parent Educator who specializes in neurodivergence will share strategies and support for parents to help their children succeed. The discussion will focus on methods for managing tasks and emotional regulation to enhance executive functioning.

Participants will discover:

      • The basics of executive functioning and its daily impact on children
      • Tips for helping children manage time and tasks efficiently
      • Strategies for fostering emotional regulation to aid in task prioritization, maintaining focus, and transitioning between activities.

Register today (link below); registration includes access to the live webinar, video/audio recordings to watch later, and handouts/resources.


Apr 18, 2024

Online • Hosted by Parent Encouragement Program


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