SLP Continues Learning on Executive Functions

May 5, 2016

Speech-language pathologist Diane Peterson recently attended a training on “Executive Dysfunction and the Disorganized Child” focused on understanding executive function, how intelligence and language play a role, helping a child overcome the “can’t,” analyzing and setting goals together, and setting realistic expectations.

Peterson found the training extremely valuable. She came away with a continued shift in thinking and approaching executive function problems in children and was excited to learn of additional learning opportunities in this area.