Across development, learning plays a significant role in how we acquire, express, and utilize new information across domains. This process can be hindered by neurocognitive weaknesses and ineffective strategies that prevent new learning or task completion from occurring.
One neurocognitive phenomenon related to these challenges is executive functions (EFs). Executive functions are the cognitive skills our brains utilize to mentally and behaviorally organize, plan, manage time, and initiate tasks to achieve goals.
BCSC’s Executive Function Coaching and Learning-Based Services program focuses on addressing executive functioning struggles, not only to remediate weakness but also to help the individual more effectively learn within their unique profile.