We are pleased to introduce the fabulous
Live webinar, direct from the US
9.00 – 10.15 am, Friday July 27th, 2018
A recording of the webinar will be available for registrants for 7 days after the presentation
Sarah will present:
Executive Function Skills –
Improving Self-Regulation & Task Completion
Cutting edge interventions for improving Executive Function Skills and Add powerful & Practical strategies to your toolbox
Gain a new understanding on how students demonstrate executive function skills and a new perspective on what is meant by the term “executive dysfunction”.
Accelerate Student’s Planning Skills – from preschool to Year 8 …help students to STOP and read the room, have forethought, know the goal, follow routines and effectively transition. Concrete strategies to help children self-initiate and complete tasks, self-regulate behaviors and stop performing a task when it’s time to move on to the next task of higher priority. Help students be a beat ahead and decrease prompts.
Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC/SLP, Co-Director at Cognitive Connections has over 24 years of experience in diagnostic evaluations and treatment of executive dysfunction. Ms.Ward holds a faculty appointment at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions where she provides instruction to graduate level sudents in the assessment and treatment of individuals with traumatic brain injury and other cognitive communication disorders. Sarah is an internationally recognised expert on executive function and presents seminars and workshops on the programs and strategies she has developed with her Co-Director Kristen Jacobsen. Their 360 Thinking Executive Function Program received the Innovative Promising Practices Award from the National Organization CHADD. She has presented to and consulted with over 585 public and private schools in Massachesetts and across the United States. Other awards received include: Bette Ann Harris Award (2017), MGH Expertise in Clinical Practice Award, the Distinguished Alumni Award (2005) and the Faculty in Excellence Award from the Massachesetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions (2002, 2011) and ACE award from ASHA 2013 and 2016.