Organizing

Learn more about the 11 Areas of Evaluation, and gain a clearer understanding of your child’s specific challenges and needs.

Organizing

Here you will find information about your child’s executive functions. Executive Functions refer to a set of thinking skills such as organizing, planning, initiating tasks, self-monitoring, and flexibility in problem-solving approach. A good way to understand executive functions is to think of the term executive. In a company, executives need to be able to work under a deadline and make plans for how to get things done. All of these skills are regulated by the pre-frontal lobe in our brains. This set of skills can be thought of as controlled by your brain’s ‘central executive.’ This ‘executive’ organizes and plans out how to accomplish tasks and is responsible for goal-directed behavior. Some refer to these skills as ‘higher order thinking’ abilities.

Metacognition

Metacognition

Is your child not using problem-solving strategies?

Flexibility

Flexibility

Is your child having trouble switching from one activity to another?

Planning

Planning

Is your child failing to make a plan?

Inhibiting

Inhibiting

Is your child blurting out the answers in class?

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