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Understanding Executive Function

Executive function skills are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully.When children have opportunities to develop executive function skills, individuals and society experience lifelong benefits. 

These skills are crucial for learning and development. They also enable positive behaviour and allow us to make healthy choices for ourselves and our families.Children aren’t born with these skills—they are born with the potential to develop them. Some children may need more support than others to develop these skills.

Some aspects that could affect executive functions are ADHD, ASD, dyslexia as well as other permanent (foetal alcohol syndrome, cerebral palsy) or temporary (stress, medications) causes.Learn more about executive functions in this comprehensive, internationally accredited course. Learn what my cause executive dysfunction, how to develop executive functions, as well as how to aid people who are struggling with them.

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Feb
“Unlocking Potential: Why Your Business Needs to Embrace Autism in the Workplace”

Employing individuals with autism is not just a moral imperative but also a strategic move for businesses aiming to foster diversity and innovation within their workforce. Autism, a spectrum disorder, encompasses a wide range of strengths and abilities, including exceptional attention to detail, heightened focus, and unique problem-solving skills. By harnessing these strengths, companies can […]

Posted in: Autism, Disabilities, Education, Executive Function, Neurodivergent, Special Needs,
21
Feb
Embracing Neurodiversity in the Workplace: Harnessing the Unique Skills and Talents of ADHD

Introduction Neurodiversity is a concept that emphasizes the natural variation in neurological characteristics among individuals. It recognizes that neurological differences, such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and more, are a part of the human experience and contribute to the richness of our society. In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the benefits of […]

Posted in: ADHD, Disabilities, Education, Executive Function, Neurodivergent, Special Needs, Technology,
12
Oct
The Impact of Screen Time on Childhood Development: Balancing Risks and Benefits for Children with Special Needs

Introduction In today’s digital age, screens have become an integral part of children’s lives. From smartphones and tablets to computers and televisions, screens are omnipresent, providing children with endless opportunities for entertainment, education, and social interaction. However, this ubiquity of screens has raised concerns about their potential impact on childhood development, particularly in terms of […]

Posted in: ADHD, CPD Courses, Education, Neurodivergent, Special Needs, Technology,