Only five weeks remain in the school year. Can you believe it? It’s been another year of resilience – for students, parents, teachers, and medical professionals. I hope this summer brings a much-needed sense of closure to another crazy academic year and a renewal of hope and excitement for what lies ahead.
We have a few programs running this summer to support the transition needs of students. We will run virtual classes. Call us with any questions. 888-389-8650 or schedule a screening to discuss options. Schedule a screening call.
The primary concerns for teachers and parents are how to help our students recover the lost academic skills and how to develop the foundational study skills needed for middle school and high school. Below are just some of the skills we are targeting with our students this summer and into the fall.
- Study skills and the learning process
- Learning styles and multiple intelligence
- Pre-learning strategies
- Active learning skills – reading, writing, and listening
- Note-taking and outlining skills
- Memory and recall strategies
- Test-taking strategies
- Long term planning – college readiness
For students learning to manage their ADHD, the theme of this type of coaching is ‘Thriving with ADHD.’ These are just a few of the sample topics students will delve into.
- Getting to know my ADHD
- Influences in the world with ADHD
- My superpowers – strengths and weaknesses
- Managing emotions – both big and small
- Skills and strategies for focus, attention, and listening
- Decision-making skills
- Making habits and routines simple and fun
- Communication skills
- A plan for making plans
Our summer Crushing College BootCamp helps students plan and manage the college process and address lagging college readiness skills for those transitioning to a life beyond HS. These are just a few of the sample topics students will delve into.
- Personal Inventory – what is your history? What are your interests? What is your motivation?
- Managing Priorities
- Technology Integration – Schedules, To-Dos, etc.
- Making a Plan
- Monitoring Progress
- Library Time
- Syllabus Review
- Study Skills
- Stress Management
As you know, EEC has a dedicated group of professionals passionate about coaching skills for students and adults.
What type of Executive Function / ADHD coaching do you need?
Below are just a few areas to consider.
Academic Life Coaching with Coach Ben
Elementary/Middle Students with Coach Laura or Coach Deb
Transition Coaching with Coach Lore
Professional/Career Coaching with Coach Tracy
College Coaching with Coach Wendy or Coach Katherine
Adult Coaching or Parent Coaching with Coach Judi or Coach Wendy
Academic Coaching for Student-athletes with Coach Shane or Coach Jessica
Be Well, David
P.S. Have you seen this new ADHD Documentary. Amazing! The Disruptors. I added the trailer below.
Weekly 1:1 Coaching sessions
Building study skills, planning skills, self-regulation skills, and learning to Thrive with ADHD.
A couple of hours each week to work on skills for school and life. Build friendships and positive skills.
July 6th – August 20th
A TRANSITION TO COLLEGE
MASTERING MIDDLE SCHOOL
Mini programs that start in August
Mastering Middle School
Rocking High School
Parenting with the Brain in Mind, with Coach Judi Johnson
ADHD is one of the most commonly diagnosed and widely misunderstood neurological conditions in the world today, affecting nearly 10% of kids and a rising number of adults. But what if having an ADHD brain is more than just a challenge – what if it’s also a strength? The award-winning documentary, The Disruptors, takes an immersive look at our approach to ADHD, debunking the most harmful myths while taking viewers inside a number of families as they navigate the challenges – and surprising triumphs of living with ADHD.