Back to School Webinar !

You asked! We answered! We are going virtual!
This year’s annual fall seminar will be given online! 
Don't be a "Prosthetic Frontal Lobe"!
Teach students the process of how to independently

  • Use a system to record assignments with consistency
  • Have an awareness of available time to complete assignments
  • Organize and track school and personal materials  
  • Break down homework or long-term projects into manageable steps
  • Minimize distractions when working on assignments
  • Look over their work and attend to details before passing work in
  • Gather the materials and strategies they need to initiate work
  • Plan the where, when and how needed to begin assignments

Live/Recorded Webinar Presented by
Kristen Jacobsen, M.S., CCC/SLP and Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC/SLP 
Friday August 23, 2019 10:00 am - 12:15 pm EST
Cost: $39.00

Can't attend the live webinar? Register now and we'll  email you the replay link !
Done! L earn many Practical Strategies to Support Students with Time and Task Management
Do! In this webinar, parents and professionals will learn the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of the executive function skills and learn many functional strategies to improve a student’s independent management of time, tasks and materials!

See, Sense, and Plan Time

  • Have an inner awareness of time 
  • Initiate tasks then track and manage time
  • Set and prioritize goals for deadlines
  • Minimize procrastination behaviors to keep sight of the goal and sustain concentration during dedicated periods of work time
  • Develop a system to Plan and schedule daily tasks and long term projects
  • Increase a student’s temporal capacity and how far into the future time they can envision and feel their day


Learn the features of our 360 Thinking Curriculum Get Ready*Do*Done method to develop critical thinking for the planning process so students know how to "Plan their Work" to "Work their Plan" for in-class assignments and homework.

  • Teach students how to break down assignments and complete tasks within expected time frames
  • The homework space: Learn how to create a positive and productive environment for planning and completing homework.
  • Be prepared for school and activities and manage routines more independently
  • Organize school materials and close the homework circle to record homework, bring home materials and return assignments on time

Get Ready! Register Now!

Whether you are a parent, coach, educational professional, and/or consultant to classroom teachers in regards to executive function skill challenges this workshop will help you have a fresh organized start to the academic year to support students towards reaching independent executive function skills.  
Who Should Attend?

Parents  of children who can achieve, but need additional strategies to be organized and effectively manage their time, tasks and materials.   
Parents  of children who have learning challenges with associated executive function based weaknesses.    
Teachers  who want to learn how to implement functional strategies into their classrooms, which will foster the development of the executive function skills in their students.  
Professionals  who work with children and adolescents who struggle to initiate, be flexible in their thinking, execute and complete tasks successfully, and need to provide their patients and families with practical strategies.    
Strategies will be given to address the needs of children from ages 7 and older. Multiple examples for younger and older children will be given .
CEUs/PDPs are not offered for this seminar; however upon request participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance and Self Assessment of Learner Objectives. As a third party source of documentation, this will verify the number of hours the certificate holder spent as a learner throughout the activity.
Awarded the Innovative Promising Practices Award
by the National Organization CHADD their 360 Thinking Program combines concepts that are at the core of EF: situational and intention awareness, visual future thinking, time awareness and task visualization to promote efficient and accurate completion of tasks.

The 360 Thinking program facilitates the development of 6 key skills for students: initiation, transition, planning, time management, self-regulation and meta-cognition. As the steps of a task are envisioned, potential obstacles can be anticipated for students to problem solve and achieve independence.

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