Common Executive Functioning Deficits in 2e Kids

Executive functioning deficits often exist in twice-exceptional students. These deficits can manifest as students having trouble paying attention, starting tasks, regulating emotions, organizing and planning, and in other ways.

2e News talks with executive functioning coach Seth Perler about some of the common executive functioning deficits he encounters when working with 2e learners.


Learn more about Seth Perler's work here....


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