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Executive Function Hacks for Students and Families
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May 14, 2024 | 7:00 pm–9:00 pm
In this presentation, you will learn how to identify and support executive function needs in students K-12 (with applications for college). You'll hear easy-to-use strategies to solve the most common challenges for students with ADHD. You will also learn tricks for communicating with the school, as well as best practices for IEPs and 504s for students with ADHD.
Speaker(s): Sarah Kesty, MA, Executive Function Coach, Special Ed. Advocate
Contact: Kristie Rudolph
Join us in person or online.
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"Executive Function Hacks for Students and Families"
Sarah Kesty, MA, Executive Function Coach, Special Ed. Advocate A 4-time teacher of the year, Sarah Kesty is an executive function coach, speaker, author, and host of The Executive Function Podcast. Sarah trains school staff and organizations to be executive function aware and empowering, often leading to quick improvement for students and teachers! Her writing and speaking helps positively impact audiences' perspectives, and she is a passionate advocate for neurodivergent students! Sarah lives in Fallbrook, with her husband, cats, and chickens. Find Sarah at Sarahkesty.com or The Executive Function Podcast.
JOIN US ONLINE VIA ZOOM OR IN PERSON AT A NEW LOCATION!
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 10125 Azuaga St., San Diego, CA 92129
These meetings are FREE. Join us and spread the word! No RSVP needed to attend.