Do You Really Know the Signs of Executive Function Disorder (EFD)?

You know that executive function deficits make it difficult to plan, organize, and execute projects — from big school term papers to simple daily tasks like cleaning a bedroom or writing thank-you cards. But do you understand the nuances of the condition? Test your knowledge here!

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People with EFD are notoriously late for appointments.

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True! People with executive function disorder (EFD) often experience time blindness, or an inability to plan for future events that aren’t in the near-term. They have difficulty stringing together actions to meet long-term goals. They don’t necessarily have an attention problem in the present tense, but rather problems paying attention to what needs to be done to ensure a better future.