Summer Program for Executive Function Skills
For High Schoolers
Princeton Speech-Language & Learning Center’s
Summer Executive Function Program is an exciting
opportunity fof high school students to learn
how to improve Executive Function Skills. Our small
groups enable direct coaching and practice of these
skills. Learning is facilitated through hands-on, theme
based, dynamic experiences, projects and activities.
Tuesday: July 18 & 25 | 11-12:30p
Wednesday: July 19 & 26 | 11-12:30p
Thursday: July 20 & 27 | 11-12:30p
Using a variety of activities, students will practice:
- Visualizing a Goal: Big Picture Thinking
- Planning the steps to achieve a goal
- Sensing the Sweep of Time
- Prioritizing Tasks and Time
- Breaking Projects into Manageable Parts
- Positive Self-Talk: Using positive thought
processes to guide and evaluate progress
- Final Review: Evaluating the end product
Led by Brigette Herrmann, LDTC, this 2-week, 6-session program will use creative project
–based learning and activities to build the executive functioning
skills necessary to plan, implement, and complete tasks. With
our specially trained executive function teachers, your child
will learn valuable skills to facilitate success in the classroom,
at home and in the community.
This summer program is ideal for students in
high school who are bright but need to learn the executive
skills for success.
This program is best suited for students who struggle
with executive functioning challenges, ADHD , Asperger’s
or learning disabilities.
Who Will Benefit
- Those with executive functioning issues or may have a diagnosis of Aspergers, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, ADHD
- High School students
- Clients who do not require a 1:1 aide
Let’s discuss how we can help. Schedule an appointment today. Call (609) 924-7080, email or contact us online.