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Executive functions are skills that emerge in young childhood and develop at varying rates through young adulthood. They include: organizational skills, time management, planning and prioritizing, goal directed persistence, attention, and concentration (to name a few). For people with ADHD, executive functions are delayed. Meaning, even though your kid is 16 and should be able to do X, Y, and Z independently, sometimes their frontal lobe hasn't received the memo. We're here to teach, guide, and support you, no matter your age, as you learn to manage your executive functions and make positive gains in all areas of your life. 

  • What if you have every intention of being on time for work, but somehow you lose track of time? Every. Time.

  • What if you keep meaning to pay that doctor's bill from two months ago, but forget? Again.

  • What if you sit at work, fidgeting and uncomfortable with the challenging task of sitting at a desk all day long?

  • What if you are paralyzed by the demands of planning and organizing your own life, let alone your family's?

  • We're here for you!

  • Your kid is ready for college. She got in to her first choice and is leaving home in a few short months.

  • You're thrilled for her and excited about her future, but also terrified that being on her own will prove to be too challenging and she'll find herself struggling to keep up. 

  • We totally get it! That's why we have three plans designed to be the "just right" amount of support your kid needs. 

  • We'll help you decide what will work for your family: Tier .05, 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0! 

We’ve all heard these comments:

  • She said she studied, but I’m not sure she knows how.

  • She looks like she’s daydreaming all the time.

  • He’s just lazy.

  • He’s leaving for college in a year and I’m freaking out that he’s not going to be ready.

  • Half the time he does his homework but forgets to turn it in.

  • It's like an emotional roller coaster watching his grades go from 0 to 100 and then back to 0. 

  • That's what we're here for! We'll help you decide which plan, Tier I, II, or III, will work for you and your family. 

  • Executive function skills have become increasingly expected in the younger grades. What we did in school is definitely NOT what our littles are doing today.

  • Kids with ADHD brains are doing the very best they can, but... 

  • Sitting still with only 20-minutes of recess in a day? Writing independently? Managing emotional outbursts? Navigating multiple on-line platforms just to find out what's due, let alone how to turn it in? Advocating for their needs? It's a lot to take on all by yourself which is the reason we're here.

  • We can help! 

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