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New Program Offering: 1-on-1 Executive Functioning Coaching

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January 25, 2019, News

Is your bright child or teen struggling in school? Do they have trouble paying attention? Planning and prioritizing? Starting and staying focused on tasks through to completion? Do they have difficulty regulating their emotions? If so, they may have issues with executive functioning.

The executive functions are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully, and they are a key indicator for academic success and life satisfaction.  Kids are not born with these skills, but they do have the potential to develop them, and CHC is here to help.

Sand Hill School Presents: 1-on-1 Executive Functioning Coaching

Offered by trained Sand Hill School teachers and executive functioning coaches, students in grades 1-12 will learn strategies for:

  • self-awareness
  • self-monitoring and self-checking
  • goal setting
  • breaking down and completing tasks
  • organizing
  • calendaring
  • prioritizing
  • note-taking, studying and writing
  • working memory

Program Details

Each personalized, 60-minute session is held between 3:30 – 6:30 pm at Sand Hill School in Palo Alto or online using free conferencing apps, Zoom or Skype.

10 session bundle – $1,750
20 session bundle – $3,450

*The first session will be a diagnostic meeting with the instructor and parent or guardian to determine an action plan and prioritize needs.

Please contact Julia Rodriguez at 650.688.3605 or jrodriguez@sandhillschool.org if you have questions or would like to schedule sessions.

Download an informational flyer about this program.

Interested in learning more about executive functioning? Download Executive Function 101, an e-book authored by the National Center for Learning Disabilities, and be sure to check out the Executive Functioning section of CHC’s online community resource library.

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