You may have heard that people with ADHD and some learning differences have difficulty with executive function skills. So what are executive function skills anyway?
Executive function skills are related to three main functions of our brains - mental flexibility, working memory, and self-control. More specifically, people with executive function issues:
The good news is that most executive function skills can be taught. Medication can also be helpful. If you’re concerned about your child, you may want to visit the sites below for more information. Also, your pediatrician and/or your child’s school can often assess your child for ADHD and other learning differences.
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