Executive Function Disorder: Up Front with the Frontal Lobe

$49.95

Executive Function is NOT just for SLPs. Occupational therapists are poised to help children who struggle with organization, planning, time management, and attention that affect their performance of occupation.

Join Cara for a 2-hour webinar discussing the cerebral cortex and the frontal lobe’s role in executive functioning disorders. Identification, evaluation, and treatment for executive function disorders provided.

This course is a basic course with the most recent research and treatment goals and strategies to assist your child/clients with all areas of function. Exciting new emphasis on mindfulness and its critical importance in our daily lives.

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Description

You will leave this webinar with exciting treatment strategies for your client/student!  This course is based on information Cara learned while researching for her doctoral/capstone project. The most up-to-date evidence and the AOTA’s Framework provide the foundation for the course.

Handouts and certificate for two hours of NBCOT renewal provided. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe executive functioning and its importance to daily life.
  • Understand the differences between thinking and doing skills.
  • List several strategies and resources to help improve executive function and its sub-groups.
  • Create and implement treatment goals for improving executive functioning disorder.

INSTRUCTIONS:  The course handouts are in a downloadable PDF file. The link to download the handouts will be valid for two days only, however, the course may be completed when it’s convenient for you. Once completed, fill out the survey and e-mail me at ThePocketOT@gmail.com in order to receive your course certificate. Enjoy!

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