“ADHD & Executive Functions: Tips, Tools & Solutions for Academic Success” [podcast episode #50]

In ADDitude’s ADHD Experts Podcast episode 50, Ann Dolin answers questions about reducing homework struggles and the skills that help kids learn.

Books and magnifying glass
Books and magnifying glass

Listen to “ADHD & Executive Functions: Tips, Tools & Solutions for Academic Success” with Ann Dolin, M.Ed.

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In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn how kids with ADHD can stay organized at school, fight procrastination, and more with expert Ann Dolin, M.Ed.

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Meet the Expert Speaker:

Ann Dolin is the President and Founder of Educational Connections, a company that specializes in helping students with ADHD and executive function issues build confidence through virtual, one-to-one sessions. Ann is a former public school teacher, who holds a bachelor’s degree in Child Psychology and a master’s degree in Special Education (from Boston College). Ann has spent more than 25 years in education, teaching and tutoring students from kindergarten to college. She founded Educational Connections in 1998. Her team now includes 125 highly credentialed and caring subject tutors, test prep tutors, and executive function coaches.

This ADHD Experts webinar was broadcast live on  February 6, 2014


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