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Live Webinar on July 27: For Educators: Research-Based Tactics for Improving Executive Functioning in Teens

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Not available July 27? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Students who have ADHD and other executive functioning deficits are often misunderstood by educators.

Chances are they have late or missing assignments, and they procrastinate on long-term papers and projects. Students’ frustration with learning, organization, time management, and planning may be perceived by teachers as laziness or disinterest.

This disconnect may lead to less-than-desirable academic outcomes for many students with ADHD and learning disabilities.Teaching the skills these students lack helps them to succeed academically — and in all areas of their lives.

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