Assess Your Child's Executive Function Skills
Many children and young adults will, through maturation and practice, independently overcome or compensate for their weaknesses in Executive Function Deficits (EFD). Many with a LD or ADHD will still require extra support in order to recognize their challenges, and then develop the skills needed to improve and compensate for their areas of executive dysfunction. Take this brief survey to learn more about your child's needs and the skill development program they need.
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My child is a planner
Never
Always
My child struggles to comprehend how much time something will take
Never
Always
My child has difficulty getting started on tasks, often seems to procrastinate
Never
Always
My child keeps track of time and finishes work on time
Never
Always
My child keeps track of more than one thing at once
Never
Always
My child meaningfully include past knowledge in discussions
Never
Always
My child evaluates ideas and is reflective of his/her work
Never
Always
My child asks for help or seeks more information when needed
Never
Always
My child engages in group dynamics or group discussions
Never
Always
My child waits to speak until called on
Never
Always
My child makes mid-course corrections while thinking, reading and/or writing
Never
Always
My child is forgetful
Never
Always
My child struggles in these areas?
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