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Encourage, Enhance and Expand Executive Functions in your Child

Encourage, Enhance and Expand Executive Functions in your Child

Susanne Phillips Keeley, MA CCC-SLP
February 10, 2022
6:30-8:30 pm Chapel and Virtual

Does your child leave assignments until the last minute, forget to bring work home, or have trouble completing long-term assignments?  Chronic issues with organizing schoolwork, anticipating deadlines, managing time or generally not working to potential can indicate problems with Executive Functions, the set of neurological capabilities that enable individuals to plan for, and then achieve, their goals. Executive Function development begins in infancy and continues into adulthood. Oftentimes, however, normal development does not coincide with academic and social requirements creating frustration for all involved. Participants will understand specific behaviors and techniques that will foster Executive Functions skills in their children.

Susanne Phillips Keeley, MA CCC-SLP earned undergraduate degrees in Communication Disorders & Speech Science and in Psychology from the University of Colorado and received her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Northwestern University. Susanne is a licensed speech-language pathologist with over 30 years of experience successfully treating those with executive function disorders and differences. She is the author of “Write This Down: Making Your Student Planner Work For You”,  “The Source for Executive Function Disorders” and developed GOSTRONG, a unique tool to maximize executive function skills.  Susanne’s innovative work has led her to be a frequent speaker at conferences, schools and parent groups across the country. Her private practice is located in Wilmette, Illinois.