Learn to help struggling students who have Executive Function challenges
PARENTS & TEACHERS: Learn how to help complicated, neurodiverse learners who struggle with homework, grades, resistance, overwhelm, motivation, procrastination, underachievement, organization, focus, study skills and time management. These are Executive Function challenges that are often gravely misunderstood.
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I'm Seth Perler and I help struggling, outside-the-box, atypical learners turn it around in a baffling system so they can launch a successful future. My blog gives you game-changing answers in a sea of misguided educational fluff.
MALADAPTIVE PATTERNS: There's no instruction book for how to help your child navigate school & life. Traditional interventions often fail because they don't get to the root of a child's problems and they're often based on misinformation or outdated paradigms. Consequently, your child's patterns get worse each year, leading to pervasive difficulties transitioning into adulthood. That's the opposite of what education should do, and the sooner you get the truth about Executive Function, the better.
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“I just had to share what he said to me today, “Mom, as crazy as this sounds for school, I think I really like it. I’m passing all my classes. The teachers ask me what I need and they help me. I have a solid crew of friends to hang out with at lunch. I even have plans with one after school tomorrow. It feels weird for it being school after hating it forever.” I think he kept waiting for the same old negative shit to happen at school and was keeping up his guard, and now I think he is starting to let that guard down… slowly, cautiously, and I think it is even surprising him. And Sunday, he said, “I am so happy Seth is back.” THANK YOU!” — Justine, mom of a hs freshman
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