Courses for Students and Parents
ResearchILD offers practical and powerful executive function trainings and courses for students and parents. Our programs are designed to help children and adults improve their focus, attention, impulse control, and problem-solving skills.
Courses for Students
Every year, a wide range of summer programming is offered for students of every grade level, from early elementary school to college. Review our offerings below and contact us for schedules, pricing, and registration.
Offerings for Parents
We believe that parents need up-to-date information and practical tools and strategies to help their children, particularly those with attention and learning challenges. Whatever your child’s challenges – reading, math, writing, attention, executive function, or motivation – our team has the knowledge and expertise to help. And the more you know, the more easily you will be able you will be to support their needs.
Parents workshops are held periodically to support families whose children or adolescents are struggling with executive function processes or learning. Typical problem areas include procrastination, organizational difficulties, poor time management skills, and lack of effective checking strategies. Through our workshops, parents better understand the underlying causes for these EF difficulties, as well as learn approaches and strategies grounded in research and best practice.
In-person and virtual workshops and webinars are held during the school year on a range of topics of interest to parents. In addition, we are available for presentations to parent groups, including Special Education Advisory Committees (SEPACs) and Parent Teacher Organizations (PTOs). Past programming has included “Executive Function 101”, “Strategies for Motivating Reluctant Readers“, “Strategies for Dealing with Math Anxiety”, and “Transition to College.”
Contact us for more information.