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The Developing Adolescent Brain

Why do some kids act as they do? Why do some seem to come from another world? Why is it so hard to reach some kids? At one time or another, probably every adolescent has had these questions asked of him or her. They are still being asked – and now we are beginning to...

Early Intervention: It’s Never to Late

Executive Skills Master Coach and mother, Jamie Barber, shares her personal insight and information as to why early diagnosis and early intervention can be a productive course of action for children who have impairments that may cause learning...

Junior Timeline

SeptemberCheck in with your guidance counselor to review a list of schools that offer your degree/major.Plan college visitsAttend a college fairOctoberOctober 16 PSAT test date. Most schools will offer this during the school day/week.NovemberBegin studying...

Senior Timeline

SeptemberCheck in with your guidance counselor to review your final list of schools and ensure your transcripts are accurate. Plan and attend your final college visitsSeptember 6 is your registration deadline for the October 5th SAT testSeptember 20th is...

AD/HD Why the Lack of Motivation

In the sports world, a coach sets up a practice and workout schedule that keeps an athlete motivated. The coach might cheer and cajole (and in unfortunate cases yell) when an athlete’s energy flags. If an athlete doesn’t want to come to practice, the coach...

The Summer Learning Box has Arrived!

What is a Summer Learning Box?Here at New England Tutors, we recognize that although we would love all students to continue their tutoring and learning through the summer months, for some families it is not practical due to scheduling conflicts, time...

Look Past the Symptoms

Deficient executive skills, anxiety and depression may be signs of AD/HD “More than meets the eye.” This expression is familiar to parents, educators and physicians who know too well that there is often more to a situation than what they see on the...

Gen Z Success Relies on Executive Skills 

The majority of today’s school-age students belong to the Gen Z population, those born between 1995 and 2010. They have been defined as the largest generation in the U.S. In fact, come 2020 they will represent 40% of the population. The Internet has always...

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