Set your child up for success with simple strategies to develop executive function in kids 4 to 12
Parenting a child who struggles with executive function--the skills that help us stay focused, manage our emotions, and plan ahead--can be a challenge, whether or not they have an official ADHD diagnosis. This book is filled with expert advice and actionable strategies that can help your smart but scattered child build the skills they need to thrive both at school and at home.
• Quick assessment tools--Better understand your child's level of executive function and learn what motivates them, for stronger communication and connection.
• Expert advice--Learn how to build confidence and autonomy in your smart but scattered child with research-based guidance for helping them practice self-control, manage time, follow routines, beat procrastination, and more.
• Common sense explanations--Explore how executive function works in clear, simple language, and then apply what you learned through fun activities like using code words and making memory boards.
Build better habits and routines in smart but scattered kids with this comprehensive parent's guide to executive function.
About the Author:
Zac Grisham, MS, LPC-S, ADHD-CCSP, is a former elementary school teacher and a licensed professional counselor supervisor who runs Clear View Counseling in Dallas, Texas. He is a certified ADHD specialist who brings his own personal ADHD diagnosis to his practice.