Category Archives for Learning Disabilities

Upcoming Presentation: LDA International Conference

I am honored to be a speaker at the upcoming Learning Disabilities of America International conference in Baltimore, MD next month. The event runs from February 16th – 19th, 2017. There are wonderful keynote

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Thankful for Inspiration

In the six years since I first published the Seeing My Time workbook, my work with executive functions has taken me to so many places. Recently I was on the road at 6:30 AM driving to the Albany, New

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Upcoming Workshop in NYC – Building Executive Function Skills: Time Management, Planning and Organization

I was recently asked to prepare a full day workshop in Glosterville, New York for a wonderful organization called Transitions. This program does fabulous work in their community, preparing teens and young

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Advice for Exhausted Parents!

Being a parent is hard work; kids don’t come with directions. You bring home that little bundle of joy and you are off on a 24/7 job that lasts for years and years and years…If you have a child

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Don’t Forget Fun!

A few months back I was presenting a lecture for ORBIDA, the Oregon Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, on the topic of executive functioning. I was providing an introduction to the subject

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