SMARTS Executive Functioning Group
Available for: Grades 4-5, Grades 6-7, Grades 8-10
Day/Time: TBD Based on Participant Availability
This psycho-educational group is for students who need support with executive functioning skills.Executive function (EF) is a broad term used to describe the complex cognitive processes that are the foundation for flexible, goal-directed behaviors. Key EF processes include shifting flexibly (cognitive flexibility), goal setting, organizing and prioritizing, accessing working memory, as well as self-monitoring and self-checking.
This unique group will meet weekly for one-hour group sessions on specific executive functioning skills. Each individual client will meet with a facilitator for a 30-minute one-on-one session immediately before or after the group session on alternating weeks. Three parent sessions will also be included in the semester-long program.
Due to high demand, we are currently on a waitlist for our free informational parent sessions. Please select which sessions you would be able to attend if space opens up, and we will let you know by Friday, August 9th.
Monday, August 12 @ 5:15-6:15 PM
Wednesday, August 14 @ 6:45-7:45 PM