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 surface. However,...

Deficient EF skills and Intelligence are not mutually Exclusive

Jamie Barber, Executive Skills Coach, New England Tutors According to researchers Friedman, et al. in their article “Not All Executive Functions are Related to Intelligence,” the executive functions of planning, decision-making, and self-regulation have long been...

Executive Skills Blog Series – 4

In this discussion of Executive Skills, we’ll take a look at just what these skills are, what ES weaknesses look like and some strategies for managing and teaching them. Peg Dawson, Ed.D, with whom we are working to develop this new program, gives examples of what...

Executive Skills Blog Series – 3

In last month’s blog, Part 2 of our Executive Skills series, I promised some more definitions. Here they are. But don’t skip this Part 3 just because I used the word “definition”…it contains important information. The first important bit of material I want to get into...

Executive Skills Blog Series – 2

This is the second in a series on Executive Skills, a new program that New England Tutors is offering. Peg Dawson, Ed.D is working with us on the program. First of all, what are Executive Skills? I’ll let Peg give the definition, since it is so “right on the money.”...
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