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Tools & strategies for parents to support students with executive function challenges, ADHD, or learning differences. Executive Functioning Strategies Blog See our new free webinar series to help adults, students, and parents during the COVID crisis Executive function and self-regulation skills are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. Just as an air traffic control system at a busy airport safely manages the arrivals and departures of many aircraft on multiple runways, the brain needs this skill set to filter distractions, prioritize tasks, set and
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