This graduate course is designed for school-based related service providers including occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, or guidance counselors who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of executive functioning skills and how to support these skills in the school setting. Participants will learn about and develop strategies for assessment, intervention and remediation of executive functioning deficits for students in K-12.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5402

 

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

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Executive Functioning Assessment and Intervention

“The course was easy to navigate and complete, they went above and beyond to help modify when my schedule got flipped upside down during remote learning and having to balance my time working from home while teaching my own students for remote learning, and managing hectic home life. I gained lots of valuable information and the tools to put it into practice with much of the leg work already completed to get me started with reproducible forms, checklists, intervention plans and more."

-Sara, OT

“I so much appreciate Therapy Advance Courses and the work they have done collaborating with CSU-Pueblo! I just finished the Executive Function course and it was terrific! It taught me the components of learning and management in a fun way. Thank so much!!”

-Laura, PT

"This class provided effective strategies that I could use immediately. The book provided so many resources that I will continue to use in my practice. I highly recommend this course to any professional who works on executive functioning skills with students." 

-Erin, MS OTR