New Cutting Edge Strategies to Improve Executive Function Skill

September 25, 2019

9:00 am - 3:30 pm

ACT-Autism Community Training 204 – 2735 E Hastings St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5K 1Z8


After a sold-out appearance last spring in Surrey, Sarah Ward, MS, CCC-SLP, is returning to teach hands-on practical strategies to improve Executive Function skills. Whether you’ve seen Sarah Ward before, or this is all new, you’re sure to walk away with practical strategies to help you better assist clients, students, or your own children, that you can implement immediately.

View complete details on the ACT – Autism Community Training website:

You can also web stream this event to anywhere in BC & Alberta, with special discounts for groups of 3 or more:

Through demonstration and practice, you will learn how to teach students the following executive control skills: awareness; forethought; waiting and planning skills; shifting; pacing; flexibility; speed of information processing.

Day 1 Foundations Course:

Learn it Today, Use it Tomorrow! Practical, Cutting Edge Interventions for Improving Executive Function Skills in Students

Day 2: The Master Class: Building Executive Function skills Competency – Working Memory, Speed of Processing, and Nonverbal Learning

This Master Class is for the professional who wants to learn more strategies and techniques using advanced treatment examples. Immerse yourself in the entire 360 Thinking Executive Function curriculum.


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