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What is Executive Functioning?

Executive functioning refers to the ability to apply specific abilities to problem-solving and, ultimately, achieving goals. This article explains more about how this applies to your child.

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Blogs and articles written by clinical and educational experts, with an emphasis on development, mental health and educational functioning in children and adolescents.

Additional Resources

American Academy of Pediatrics: aap.org
ADDitude Magazine: ADDitudemag.com
CHADD — Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder: chadd.org
Child Mind Institute: childmind.org
ChildNEXUS Facebook Community: @childnexuscommunity
ChildNEXUS Twitter Page: @ChildNEXUS
LD Online: ldonline.org
LD Advisory: ldadvisory.com
National Center for Learning Disabilities: ncld.org
National Institutes of Mental Health: nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
Youth Anxiety: youth.anxietycanada.com
From High School to College: Steps to Success for Students With Disabilities By Elizabeth Hamblet
Information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities: wrightslaw.com

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