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Many middle-schoolers procrastinate. But if your child struggles frequently with planning, prioritizing and emotional control, then you might be seeing signs of executive functioning issues.
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Examples of classroom accommodations that can be used to support kids with executive functioning issues.
Grade-schoolers often dawdle and procrastinate. So how can you tell if your child is really struggling with time management? Here are some of signs you may notice. #parenting
In grade school, increasing workloads can be hard for students to keep up with. For some kids, this is when symptoms of ADHD first become noticeable—and your child's teacher may see signs before you do.
Executive function- visual bookmark with information on executive function difficulties for people on the autistic spectrum and strategies to help. A very concise summary