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Practical Tools for Addressing Executive Functioning in Children – Webinar

January 17 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm MST

Executive function skills are cognitive processes that coordinate our abilities to learn, perform tasks, and handle everyday responsibilities. Children aren’t born with executive functioning skills, but they can develop them. Providing practice and opportunities to build executive functioning skills at home and school is an important part of development. Allied health and other professionals can influence these skills for students using evidence-based interventions and strategies. This course will summarize the most up-to-date evidence related to executive functioning interventions. Attendees will learn how to choose and implement effective interventions to help children with executive functioning skills. Resources and tools that can be used immediately for interventions with your clients will be provided. Each participant will be challenged to identify a client with whom they can implement at least one strategy or intervention and develop an action plan.

The content of this program is germane to children, students and clients ages 5- 18.


  • Effective, evidence-based strategies for improving executive functioning skills for school-aged children
  • Resources and tools for planning and implementation of interventions that address executive functioning skills


January 17
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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