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When I work with clients, particularly kids and teens, I often hear:“I can’t find it”“We don’t have this”“I have one, but it’s broken” To be successful in any job or profession, we need the RIGHT tools. We need to know:
One of the main concerns parents have related to executive functioning is organization of materials and space. Parents will share concerns such as:“Her backpack is a mess, and there are crumpled up papers at the bottom of the backpack”“His desk
It is not unusual for our children to have educational support services beyond the classroom experience. Many children work with tutors and coaches to master material, prepare for high stakes tests, and process the bumps of development and/or time management.
I am often asked about the nuts and bolts of starting a tutoring or educational support practice. Although there is no one set of guidelines, there are steps to engage in to maximize the success of tutoring or educational support