ONLINE VIDEO: Social Executive Functioning Skills - Guest Expert ADHD DUDE
One of the most misunderstood areas of executive functioning is "social executive functioning skills", the essential skill set required to navigate social situations and cultivate and sustain social relationships. The ADHD Dude methodology is the ONLY approach designed to teach social executive function skills from a male perspective. Additionally, this unique approach empowers parents with the skills they need to help their children improve their executive functioning and age-expected independence.
Topics in this 1-Hour video include:
- What social EF skills look like.
- Why typical approaches are ineffective.
- Using appropriate language to build these skills.
- How to navigate age-appropriate social dynamics.
- How the ADHD Dude methodology addresses the most common “pain points" parents face.
And So Much More!
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Ryan Wexelblatt is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, School Social worker, Certified ADHD Professional, and a father. Ryan is the Director of ADHD Dude where he provides online courses for parents, social learning groups for kids, and a summer camp program. with ADHD. He creates content for ADDitude Magazine's ADHD in Boys section as well as the ADHD Dude YouTube channel. Originally from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, Ryan lives at the Jersey Shore.
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