How We Help Children With Executive Function

As a parent, you want your child to be successful in all aspects of their life, and that includes their academic performance. However, some children may struggle with certain skills that are necessary for success, such as executive function skills. This is where Midwest Educational Therapy & Associates (META) comes in. META is a team of highly trained professionals who specialize in helping children with executive function skills.

Executive function skills are a set of cognitive processes that are responsible for goal-directed behavior. These skills include planning, organizing, initiating, and monitoring actions, as well as working memory, cognitive flexibility, and self-regulation. Children with executive function difficulties may have trouble with completing tasks, managing time, staying focused, and regulating their emotions.

META’s team of experts uses a research-based approach to assess and identify a child’s executive function difficulties. They then develop an individualized plan to help the child improve their skills. The plan includes a variety of evidence-based strategies and techniques that are tailored to the child’s specific needs.

One of the strategies used by META is cognitive training. This involves specific exercises and activities that help the child develop their cognitive skills. These exercises are designed to target areas of weakness and build up strengths. The exercises can be done in person or remotely, depending on the child’s needs.

Another strategy used by META is coaching. This involves working with the child to help them develop specific skills, such as time management and organization. The coach provides guidance and support, helping the child to set goals and track progress. The coach also helps the child to develop strategies for staying focused and managing distractions.

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META also works closely with parents and teachers to ensure that the child’s needs are being met. They provide regular progress reports and collaborate with other professionals involved in the child’s care, such as therapists and psychologists.

In addition to helping children with executive function skills, META also provides support for children with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia and ADHD. They offer a range of services, including assessments, therapy, and academic support.

If you’re concerned about your child’s executive function skills or other learning difficulties, don’t hesitate to reach out to META. They can help your child develop the skills they need to succeed academically and in life. With their evidence-based approach and individualized plans, you can be confident that your child is receiving the best possible support.

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