Get New Insights Into Attention-Deficit Behaviors




ADHD coach Helen Kornblum, MA, owner of Natural Order Coaching & Organizing, will teach a class, Mind Mapping for Productivity, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., September 13, at the Santa Fe College Northwest Campus. She states, “If making to-do lists doesn’t help you accomplish anything at work or home, it’s time to explore how mind mapping can increase your productivity. This technique helps with organization, memory deficits, impulsivity and creativity.”

 

Then, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., September 27, Kornblum will teach Understand Executive Function. “Children and teens with executive function issues don’t necessarily think differently. They struggle with the process of coordinating, prioritizing or managing information needed to perform tasks successfully. I encourage my clients to change their focus from weaknesses to strengths as their key to reaching their goals,” she advises. Students receive an overview of the executive functions, highlighting strategies for parents that want to help their children develop new skills in these areas.

 

Cost is $24. Location: 3000 NW 83rd St., Gainesville. To register, call 352-395-5193 or visit sfcollege.edu/cied/communityed and choose Take A Class. For more information, visit CoachOrganizer.com

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