Helping Your Preschooler With Executive Functioning Skills

Does your child struggle with organization? Is following through with directions and projects difficult for him? Does he have trouble managing his time effectively? If any of these ring true, your child may have some issues with executive function. The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) defines executive function as the ability to "connect present action to past experiences." Put simply, executive function helps people to plan and follow through. However, before you start trying to self-diagnose your child with a learning disability, here are some ways that you can help your child to improve his executive function at home. [Read More]