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College Readiness = Executive Function Skills

Click the link to download our College EF Skills resource
College Readiness = Executive Function Skills
ADHD

Building Executive Function Skills Over the Summer | 6th-12th Grade

Click the link to download our Summer EF Skills
Building Executive Function Skills Over the Summer | 6th-12th Grade
High School

Parent-Teacher Conferences Were Challenging

Parent-teacher conferences can be brutal. Having a child with
Parent-Teacher Conferences Were Challenging
High School

Creating an Organizational System: A Guide for Parents

For students with executive function challenges, it always
Creating an Organizational System: A Guide for Parents
ADHD

Understanding Hyperfocus in ADHD Students

Your kids aren’t ignoring you. They have simply put all focus
Understanding Hyperfocus in ADHD Students
High School

How to Teach Time Management

Time management is crucial, especially for students juggling
How to Teach Time Management
High School

Task Initiation and Executive Function

We all understand the importance of getting things started –
Task Initiation and Executive Function
High School

Stress + Rest = Growth: The Importance of Breaks for Learning

We all want our kids to do well in school, especially if they
Stress + Rest = Growth: The Importance of Breaks for Learning
High School

Celebrating the Small Victories: A Guide for Parents 

For children with executive functioning challenges, the weight
Celebrating the Small Victories: A Guide for Parents 
High School

The Importance of Extracurricular Activities: Supporting Your Child’s Success in School

It is common to wonder whether you should limit your
The Importance of Extracurricular Activities: Supporting Your Child’s Success in School
Parent Resources

Self-Care for Parents

Often, students who come to Untapped require additional
Self-Care for Parents
High School

Navigating Defensiveness: Pathways to Accountability for the ADHD Adolescent

Children with ADHD are often more defensive toward accepting
Navigating Defensiveness: Pathways to Accountability for the ADHD Adolescent