Facing the Challenge of Advocating for Executive Functioning Supports

October 17, 2022

It seems so simple.  Too simple.  Unbelievably simple.  Like do negotiation experts actually teach this?

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A couple weeks ago, I was asked to speak on a Hot Topic in special education advocacy at a conference for people with ADHD.  Without hesitating, I suggested that I speak about executive functioning – and not only EF – but really HOW to advocate for better supports for students that struggle with executive functioning.  Let me tell you— this is coming up in soooooo many IEP meetings in my practice.  In today’s episode I give you my #1 tip for advocating for students with executive functioning struggles and even run you through some examples. 

Explore more by listening to Identifying Executive Function Disorders In Your Child

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