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We Have to Stop Measuring Students by “Motivation”

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Motivation—we throw this word around so often.  Some days we wake up motivated to power-clean the house. Some days we wake up feeling unmotivated and…

Time Blocking

Time Blocking

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How can we be intentional with our “consistently inconsistent” time? Structuring our time during this era of remote work and learning is challenging and leaves…

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Self-Advocating

Self-Advocating

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When your student has executive function challenges, it’s important they communicate openly with their teachers or professors. Whether they need extra time on a test…

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The Lead Domino

The Lead Domino

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Imagine you have written a to-do list that fills up an entire page of your notebook. While this feels more organized than keeping the list…

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Structuring Unstructured Time

Structuring Unstructured Time

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Summer is an exciting prospect as we look forward to time with friends, family vacations, warm weather, and barbecues. But summer also comes along with…

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Quarantine Dynamics

Quarantine Dynamics

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The last few months have posed many challenges and have been a time of adjustment and revaluation. Since school and some jobs are remote, many…

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Staying Motivated in a Remote Era

Staying Motivated in a Remote Era

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We are now a month into quarantine, and most of us are still trying to adjust to learning and working online. It feels daunting to…

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What to Do about Distractions

What to Do about Distractions

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In this period of learning and working from home, we all find ourselves in a familiar environment: home. This leaves us with an overwhelming number…

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Consistency During Closure

Consistency During Closure

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Now, more than ever, our students need consistency, direction, and routine where they can find it. What does that look like during this time of…

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What Teachers Wish Students Would Do

What Teachers Wish Students Would Do

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As you get organized and set goals for the new term, why not check in with an expert? ​We talked to a local middle school…

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The Power of Patience

The Power of Patience

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A daily struggle for parents of students with executive function challenges is finding the patience needed to support your student. It can be exhausting when…

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ADHD Medication

ADHD Medication

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*We are not medical professionals, and choosing whether or not to try ADHD medication options with your diagnosed student is a personal decision. We can…

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When to Advocate for Your Student

When to Advocate for Your Student

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We want to help your student develop the skills to advocate for themselves because it gives them a chance to prove to their teachers how…

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