Executive Functioning – PDSG Presentation


Welcome to the second presentation we are making public, kindly given to Axia’s PDSG in April by David Reiser.
 
As previously, we intend to protect individuals privacy by removing most audience participation whilst still trying to retain the “essence” of the interactive presentation.
 
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Executive Functioning

Axia Post-Diagnostic Support Group, April 2018

David Reiser
Highly Specialised Speech and Language Therapist.
PGDip. Autism.



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4 comments on “Executive Functioning – PDSG Presentation
  1. Sandra Lloyd says:

    Thank you so much , We’ve been eagerly awaiting the presentation . It is so helpful to look back on, as this group session was our first one. Everyone was so welcoming and helpful, I was in awe, as was my daughter (newly diagnosed ASD) .

    We will no doubt keep going back to this presentation and work our way to a better understanding of Executive Functioning.

  2. Linda Buchan says:

    We are so glad you found this helpful
    Thank you so much for taking the time to comment
    Linda and Calvin

  3. Anna says:

    Brilliant presentation! I have a special interest in difficulties in executive functioning and cognitive remediation interventions to help promote independence so I found this really interesting.

    It’s an interesting premise that individuals with ASD may experience executive functioning difficulties. I have often thought about this as I see similiar experiences and difficulties in patients with frontal lobe head injuries. I’ve used cognitive remediation techniques with individuals with acquired brain injury and individuals with ASD within the NHS (of course techniques need to be tailored to the personal importance of the person). I have to use a lot of these techniques myself (such as making lists etc) as I myself experience significant working memory issues due to DCD and Dyslexia.

    Really interesting!!

  4. Linda Buchan says:

    Thank you for your interesting comments

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