OT Corner: How to Help Children Improve Executive Functioning
[Source: Your Therapy Source]
Executive functions are a popular “buzz word” right now and with good reason. In a nutshell, executive functions include the following skills: inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility, reasoning, problem-solving and planning. These super-important skills can be improved with training which is good news since they are necessary for at school, home and work. Executive function training includes activities such as computer-based training, working memory activities, traditional tae-kwon-do, aerobics, mindfulness, and yoga.
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