ORGANIZING TO SUPPORT EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING SKILLS
for You AND Your Children!
Sometimes we can ALL use a little help with executive functioning skills!
“Executive functioning skills” includes day-to-day skills such as working memory, flexible thinking, and self-monitoring. These skills help us organize, plan, and prioritize tasks and help keep us focused on those tasks.
But if you or your children have trouble in this area, there are some things you can do to help!
In this video, Amy shows you how to stay organized when you have trouble with executive functioning skills.
Take a look inside her home and how she organizes based on four main categories / considerations:
- the “stuff’ you have in your home
- the space you have in your home
Watch the video now!
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
MORE ABOUT AMY BODKIN, ED.S.
Amy has more than 15 years of experience as a School Psychologist and Special Needs Consultant. She’s also an autistic adult and a homeschooling mom of two children with various special needs.
Here are some of her credentials:
- Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) with an emphasis in Neuropsychology
- Masters Degree in Educational Psychology
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology
The Special Needs Developmental Guide walks you through 6 categories of childhood development:
- Social-Emotional Development
- Communication Skills
- Gross Motor Skills
- Fine Motor Skills
- Life Skills
- Cognitive Development