School and home life are hectic under the best of circumstances. It can seem easier to go ahead and do everything ourselves rather than going through the hassle of prodding, cajoling and issuing constant reminders to get family members to play their part. Are there less painful, more successful ways to get children to be ready for school in a timely manner, come home with the correct homework or complete a chore?

On Wednesday evening, October 9, 2018, we will be discussing strategies to develop our children’s Executive Function skills – the skills that allow us to plan, execute and complete tasks. Please click here for registration information. If you are unable to attend the program, download these Tips for Managing ADHD and EF at Home

Blogger Mary Ann Mulcahey, PhD, shares her expertise in assessment and diagnosis of learning disabilities and ADHD, and the social/emotional adjustment to those issues. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Mulcahey at mmulcahey@springer-ld.org.

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