Breakthrough Solutions for the Chronically Disorganized Student
Poor organizational skills are often a hallmark sign of weak Executive Function Skills, the skills that allow us to plan, prioritize, organize, and carry through our plans. Weak skills in these areas will greatly impact an individual’s ability to succeed in school and in independent living. This 1-hour, fast-paced, highly practical class provides easy-to-implement and immediately applicable strategies to help students make sense of their often chaotic worlds.
- Define Executive Functions and lists skills considered under the definition.
- Articulate how weak organizational skills are often an indicator of greater challenges.
- Identify the essential elements to an organizational system.
- Access a base of immediate strategies to support the structure of organization.
Target Audience: introductory- to advanced-level occupational therapists, parents, and other professionals working with disorganized students
Course Instructor: Lori Benson Adams, MEd, is an educational intervention specialist and owner of Breakthrough Learning Solutions in Atlanta, Georgia. With over 35 years of experience with students experiencing sensory, learning, behavioral, and executive function challenges, Lori presents nationally to audiences of parents, therapists, and educators. She is known for her immediately practical information and wealth of knowledge and resources. Additional information can be found at www.breakthroughlearningsolutions.com.
The speaker receives payment for each webinar purchased but does not have any other financial or nonfinancial interest in the presentation.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
This course is approved for 0.1 AOTA CEU or one contact hour under these Classification Codes: Category 1, Domain of OT: Areas of Occupation, and Category 2, OT Process: Intervention.
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