Virtual Workshop Recording “How Executive Functioning Deficits Impact Reading, Writing, and Spoken Language”

Presented by Groves Academy Speech-Language Pathologists Jeannie Parker, MS, CCC-SLP, ADHD-CE, and Director of Speech-Language Therapy Meghan Miller, MS, CCC-SLP, ADHD-CE

Executive functioning skills are essential for many academic tasks. Not only are they key for focus, memory, work completion, organization, planning, time management, etc, but they impact important academic skills as well. Watch to learn how a student’s executive functioning deficits may be impacting their reading comprehension and ability to express themselves both verbally and in writing.

This community event was recorded on January 19, 2022.


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Meghan Miller | Director of Learning Center Individualized Programs
Jeannie Parker | Speech-Language Pathologist
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