[REPLAY] Attention Matters - Managing Focus and Effort to Strengthen Executive Function Skills In Students With Various Learning Disabilities

[REPLAY] Attention Matters - Managing Focus and Effort to Strengthen Executive Function Skills In Students With Various Learning Disabilities

REPLAY | taught by Sucheta Kamath

Course description

Attention is a crucial mental resource that deeply influences learning, social connectivity and self-efficacy and yet it is often mismanaged. Participants in this webinar will learn how building concentration skills by merging awareness and actions can lead to greater task immersion essential for mastery of work. Sucheta’s practical strategies will help clinicians expand their toolkit to foster their desire to help all learners push past their distractibility and reduced effort.

Sucheta Kamath
Sucheta Kamath
Sucheta Kamath is a speech-language pathologist, TEDx speaker, and an entrepreneur whose new software ExQ™ just launched in the Ed-Tech space. Cerebral Matters™ is her well-established Private Practice in Atlanta where she evaluates and treats Executive Dysfunction in individuals with various developmental and acquired neurological disorders. She is highly specialized in retraining the brain and is a recipient of multiple professional achievement awards for developing many distinct, creative, and process-specific training programs designed to target mastery of Executive Function, attention, memory, higher-order cognition, and self-regulation.  Sucheta is host of the podcast Full PreFrontal®: Exposing the Mysteries of Executive Function; which is a wonderfully curated resource for professionals, educators, students, and parents. Sucheta is the Past-President of GSHA (2017-2018), founding member/treasurer of the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (2016-current), member of the medical advisory board of the Brain Aneurysm Foundation (BAF), and an Executive Committee member of the International Dyslexia Association- GA (2015-2018). Learn more about Sucheta’s work at www.cerebralmatters.com.