BES Events

Deep Dive into Executive Function Coaching

Join Samantha Maloney for an insightful webinar where we delve into why traditional tools and mindsets often fall short for the neurodiverse population. Discover real EF coaching wins shared by anonymous clients, explore unique strategies and tools that prove effective, uncover the magic behind coaching, and learn about the types of students who benefit most from this transformative approach. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain valuable insights and enhance your understanding of neurodiversity in education.

Wednesday May 22, 2024
12 PM

Group Parent Coaching

BES Parent Coaching will delve into practical strategies and techniques that parents can implement to bolster their child’s executive functioning abilities, thereby enhancing their academic performance, social interactions, and overall success. By equipping parents with the knowledge and tools necessary to support their child’s executive functioning development, this event aims to foster a collaborative and empowering environment conducive to their child’s growth and flourishing.

April 11, 2024

Ask the Expert: Could My Child Be Autistic?

In this brief presentation Dr. Henderson will help us gain a better understanding of what autism is, the less obvious ways autism may present and when to seek a professional diagnosis.

Dr. Donna Henderson has been a clinical neuropsychologist for over 30 years. She is passionate about identifying and supporting autistic individuals, particularly those who camouflage, and she is co-author (with Drs. Sarah Wayland and Jamell White) of two books: Is This Autism? A guide for clinicians and everyone else and Is This Autism? A companion guide for diagnosing. Dr. Henderson’s professional home is The Stixrud Group in Silver Spring, Maryland, where she provides neuropsychological evaluations and consultations for children, adolescents, and adults who would like to understand themselves better. She is a frequent podcast guest and sought-after lecturer on the less obvious presentations of autism, autistic girls and women, PDA, and on parenting children with complex profiles. She also provides case consultations and neurodiversity-affirmative training for other healthcare professionals.

Wednesday March 27, 2024
12:30PM EST

Starting Over: Giving College a Second Chance

RESERVE A SEAT: linda.s.ellis@outlook.com (In the Subject line: CHADD January.) Registration closes at noon on the day of the program. The Zoom link will be emailed during the afternoon, prior to the program, to everyone who is registered.

About the Program: There are many students whose ADHD gets in the way of their college education. Are you an adult with ADHD who never finished college? Do you believe you are not “college material?”  What if you really are college material? This program will empower you to realize your strengths and potential and will set you on a path to starting over.

Tuesday, January 23, 2024
7 PM to 8:30 PM

“From Learning Differences to College Success: A Guided Journey”

Do you have a student on the spectrum who is potentially college-bound?  Are you wondering if your child will be ready for college? Do you know how to find the support your child needs to ensure they find the best-fit college?

In 9 short weeks, leading expert Judy Bass will teach you how to find the best-fit college for your child who learns differently!

Starting Tuesday, January 16, 2024
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
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