Tags » Executive Functioning

Inertia

I’m in bed reading on a Sunday morning. I should stop being so lazy. It’s been a busy, stressful week but that’s no excuse. I should get up and Do Something. 719 more words

Autism

Executive Functioning

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Occupational Therapy

Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning consists of the essential self-regulation skills needed to successfully participate and function in a classroom setting – and in life! Poor executive functioning shows up as an inability to prioritize tasks, maintain focus and cooperate with others. 502 more words

Behavior

executive disfunction

This is so bloody hard… I really struggle with this.. if anyone has any tips that they found helpful.. PLEASE tell me :) thanks

Aspergers

Organization

Background:
Organization is a component of executive functioning.  This skill allows for us to complete activities effectively and efficiently.  One key IADL that organization is used in is when you formulate a grocery list.   58 more words

Occupational Therapy

Once again (an analysis)

I worked hard. I did things right. I lost weight. I was hopeful. Optimistic. Despite all that I read about how many people regain lost weight, I thought it would be different. 340 more words