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How to Spot Executive Functioning Issues in Your Child

Happy Friday guys – hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween! Now that the sugar-rush has (hopefully) subsided, I wanted to pass on some free resources from my friends at the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD). As parents, we’re lucky to live in a time in which a lot more is known about...
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Free resources to learn to spot executive functioning issues in your children and to know what to do about them. Bookmark for later reference.

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