Paths to Success

High Stakes testing and pressure to succeed have put the focus on WHAT kids need to learn. Unfortunately, in the process, kids are often robbed of the opportunities to develop the skills of HOW to learn and HOW to use what they learn.

Executive Functions are the set of neurologically based skills responsible for Mental Control and Self-Regulation needed for academic performance, social skills, and life skills. They govern the HOW you do what you DECIDE to do.

This presentation will cover how Executive Function skills develop and will include tips, tools and strategies parents can use to promote optimal success in all aspects of life.

Evening Session – Tuesday, May 19, 2015 7-8:15 pm

Office of Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge, 898 Ethan Allen Highway, Suite 6, Ridgefield, CTRegistration:
Call 203 488-4848. There is no charge for this presentation.

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