The Child Beneath the Stress: Parenting Children with Executive Function Challenges

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Springer School and Center is proud to partner with Cincinnati Children's in presenting the Distinguished Speaker Program featuring Lynn Meltzer, Ph.D., who will address parents in this evening discussion of children with Executive Function challenges.

Thursday, April 11, 2019
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Sharonville Convention Center

Does your child struggle to stay organized, complete homework, and prepare for tests and quizzes? The child who performs below expectations may be experiencing challenges with Executive Function, the set of mental processes that help us to connect past experiences with present action to perform activities such as planning, organizing and managing time.

In this presentation for parents, Dr. Lynn Meltzer will explore the role of Executive Function in all aspects of academic success and draw on real-world experiences from classroom teachers and students who have overcome learning challenges. This
presentation is specially designed for parents who wish to gain greater understanding of the role Executive Function plays in helping students to cope with the stress and anxiety associated with school performance.

Dr. Lynn Meltzer is the Director of the Institutes for Learning and Development (ResearchILD & ILD) in Lexington, MA. She is a Fellow and Past-President of the International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities. She is the Founder and
Program Chair of the Annual Learning Differences Conference which she has chaired for the past 34 years. For 30 years, she was an Associate in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Child Development at Tufts University. Her 40 years of clinical work, research, publications, and presentations have focused on understanding the complexity of learning and attention problems. Her extensive publications include articles, chapters and books.

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