How do I know if Executive Function (EF) coaching is right for my child?
Everyone, child or adult, can benefit from some sharpening and practice of EF skills. If your child is easily overwhelmed with completing tasks, organizing their work, managing time, and prioritizing assignments, then EF coaching can be extremely beneficial.
Where will sessions take place?
Session will be held in-person or virtually. Location will be determined and agreed upon to meet each individual’s needs.
How will progress be measured?
Following each coaching session, recap notes will be shared with the family that outlines tools, strategies, and skills discussed and practiced. Parents and families also have the ability to ask questions through the document, or may reach out to their coach at any time.
How will priorities be determined for my child?
Prior to the first coaching session, the family and coach will collaborate to determine priorities for the student. This is a great time to share if there has been any prior neuropsychology reports or special education testing conducted as these can be helpful when determining coaching priorities.
What is the difference between Coaching and Tutoring?
Tutoring provides instruction and support with homework and short-term goals. Coaching is a craft that teaches kids new ways to think, learn and discover. Coaching supports students with long-term success by helping to change and improve work habits, work routines, and life balance.