Executive Function Crash Course for Parents

Executive Function Crash Course gives parents what they need most: Simple, practical strategies designed to address executive function challenges at their foundation. Over 1800 families have now participated in the series.

Have you tried any of the following only to find that they didn’t help your child improve his/her executive function skills:
  • Timers
  • Checklists
  • Reward charts
  • Hanging lists up around the house
  • Counseling/Talk therapy
  • Tutoring
  • Online “cookie cutter” parenting programs

Here’s why those things haven’t worked:
ADHD is an executive function developmental delay. In order for kids to improve their executive functioning parents must change the way they use language to help their child move from prompt-dependence towards independence. THey must also create the “scaffolding” to help improve executive function skills. Kids cannot improve their executive functioning through sitting in “talk therapy”, in a support class in school, etc. Executive Function Crash Course provides parents with easy-to-implement strategies that produce results.