The beginning of a new school year creates excitement, curiosity, and concern for parents and teens. It can also provide an opportunity to review successes and struggles from the previous school year, and to experiment with new strategies and routines. Dr. Lori Wilson will provide strategies to help you partner with your student to build executive functioning skills this school year.
Parents will learn:
Executive functioning skills
How the language you use can help move your student toward more independence
When to help and support your student and when to step back
Speaker: Lori Wilson, Ph.D., Director of Psychoeducational Testing
Dr. Wilson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist/Pediatric Neuropsychologist. She provides psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations to assess cognitive, academic and socio-emotional strengths and weaknesses in children.
Lori has an extensive background and experience that encompasses topics such as attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, learning disabilities, social skill weaknesses, executive functioning, parenting strategies, as well as the neuropsychological and emotional effects of medical disorders such as traumatic brain injuries and epilepsy.+ More... - Less...