Free Webinar: Evidence Based Executive Functions Interventions for Struggling Learners

On September 29th, 2022, I did a free outreach webinar for Georgia IDA, on the subject of effective evidence-based interventions for children with language disorders who struggle with executive functions as well as concomitant literacy needs. In the webinar, I discussed how to provide effective evidence-based practice (EBP) language and literacy interventions aimed at improving executive functioning in children with language and literacy deficits. I covered current controversies related to executive functions interventions, outlined available research on executive function abilities in children with developmental language disorder (DLD), as well as directly connected that research to best practices in functional EFs interventions in the areas of oral language and literacy for optimization of academic and social outcomes of struggling learners. Due to popular demand, this webinar recording can now be accessed by all the viewers who were originally unable to attend it live due to other obligations.

If after the completion of this webinar, you are further interested in expanding your knowledge regarding evidence-based Executive Functions assessment and interventions in speech pathology, please note that this abridged webinar is one of several extensive executive functions webinars and workshops entitled: “Evidence-Based Executive Functions Interventions for Academic and Social Success“. These can be presented on a multi-hour, half-day, or full-day basis. To learn more, click HERE to fill out the speaking engagement form.

AFTER the completion of this webinar click below to complete a survey for feedback purposes to receive WEBINAR HANDOUTS.

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This was such a fabulous presentation and I learned so much. Tatyana covered areas I wasn’t even aware of. The webinar was full of excellent evidence-based references which I appreciated very much.

Kerren Crawford
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This was an excellent webinar! As an SLP working with adolescents, the information was extremely useful to me. I often wonder how constructivist pedagogy contributes to and exacerbates the challenges associated with executive functioning. I would love to attend Part 2 on this subject.

Susan Waite
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This presentation provides a strong framework to improve the planning and provision of language therapy sessions.

Dohana Cortes Prado
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This information actually helped me write an IEP for a student in need of executive functioning support. Thank you!

Amy Ramaska
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The presenter has very extensive knowledge on the subject of EF skills. This was a very informative session and I have a much better understanding now of the EF skills and how they impact language abilities and vice versa. I will be able to reevaluate goals for my clients to ensure better outcomes for them.

Katarzyna O’Croinin
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The information provided was incredibly valuable. A must-hear for SLPs working in education.

Belinda Benko
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Thanks, Tatyana! All your inputs are very helpful to professionals like me. This opportunity really helped me find an understanding of the latest trend about EF. More power! Thank you.

Ryan Siriban
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Thank you very much for an excellent presentation directly related to clinical practice

Νiki Prodromidou
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Thank you Tatyana Elleseff for your incredible dedication and professional level that you put in all your contributions for better, more effective speech and language therapy.

Paola Orlando
Rated 5.0 out of 5

Thank you for presenting such overdue content for SLPs!

Cheyanne J
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