Belmont Executive Function Disorder

Belmont Executive Function Disorder

Students who suffer from a Belmont executive functioning disorder get the high level of one-on-one tutoring they need at our Engaging Minds locations. Executive function disorders relate to an inability to complete simple daily tasks. Similarly to ADHD, Belmont executive function disorders can impact a child’s ability to complete day-to-day duties, both at home and in school. The tutors on our team work with your child who may be impacted by a Belmont executive function disorder in order to improve his or her capacity to execute important tasks.

Executive function is defined as the mental processes that lead to organization and controlled behaviors. Inhibitory control, attentional control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, and cognitive inhibition are all executive functions. When going about your day, you might easily move from one task to another, plan ahead to manage your time, do your tasks in a sensible order, and focus on one activity at a time. These each becomes incredibly challenging for a child with a Belmont executive function disorder. Attention, focus, organization, planning, and execution of tasks might show signs of impairment in these children. Subjects taught in school and regular implementation of work both prove an overwhelming challenge to students burdened with a Belmont executive function disorder.

At Engaging Minds, we work well with students who have a Belmont executive function disorder. Showing them how to build upon the needed skills to accomplish any project, chore, or assignment, we help your child adjust to situations that come more easily to others. You will see the progress in your child’s ability after a set of sessions with one of our tutors. Analyzing a task, planning how to do the task, organizing the steps necessary, developing a schedule in order to finish, adjusting any of the steps as the project progresses, and completing the task in an efficient amount of time will become significantly more natural. If your child has a Belmont executive function disorder, give us a call today to get started on helping them improve.