Smart but Scattered Teens: The “Executive Skills” Program for Helping Teens Reach Their Potential

January 31, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Good, up to a point. Having reached the end of my tether with my teenage son and his lack of organisation and focus I decided to turn to this book for help. The initial chapters on identifying individual executive function skills and working out your teen’s strengths and weaknesses were good – it allowed me to identify some previously ignored strengths that he has and clarified that what we thought were weaknesses were indeed weaknesses, but now we could identify them by name.However, moving on to the…

Anonymous says:

This has been very helpful since we had a late … This has been very helpful since we had a late diagnosis of ADHD for our son since we had very little support from the local authority and absolutely no support from his school who just wanted to expel him.

Anonymous says:

Excellent book A very interesting book with lots of tips to help my teenager. Quick delivery.

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