Parents, Get Free Solutions to Help Your Struggling Student
If you're sick of spinning your wheels trying to figure out how to help your child, my blog is for you. I'm Seth Perler & I teach struggling students how to "do school". I demystify homework, studying, organization, time management, overwhelm, focus, motivation, advocacy, etc.. I don't waste time with nonsense that "might" help. Instead, I give you real solutions, because this-is-what-I-do-for-a-living. I help complex kids get results, period. Get my key resources to help your child by subscribing now. Yes, it's really free. No, it's not conventional (and neither is your kid, so dive in).
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I'm Seth Perler, an Executive Function Coach, Education Consultant & Advocate. I'll teach you exactly how I empower outside-the-box learners to navigate a baffling educational landscape so they can successfully launch a great future after school.
You see, struggling students are often misunderstood, usually as a result of deep systemic dysfunction (in other words, a lot of schools look great on the surface, but can be pretty messed up behind the scenes). Many of these kids are seen as lazy, unmotivated or uncaring, which couldn't be further from the truth. These kids are expected to conform to an outdated system rather than the system conforming to the legitimate needs of the learners.
This stuff drives me crazy, because it causes a ton of unnecessary suffering for too many students AND this can literally knock them off course in life, (which can take people decades to recover from.) In other words, education-is-not-a-game. Life ain't a dress rehearsal. We need to do right by our kids, and in this day & age, it can be hard to even know what that means. But my blog is meant to help you cut through the noise & get results that matter. It's all about a little-known, yet absolutely critical concept called "Executive Function".
I specialize in neurodiverse learning needs like ADHD, twice-exceptional, 2E, stress, avoidance, anxiety, gifted & talented, dyslexia, Aspergers, autism, ASD, sensory integration, etc.. I generally work with kids in middle school through college. Subscribe above for my free blog and I'll start sending you the answers you need.