When children are struggling, they need to learn to regulate their emotions so they can manage their time and energy to effectively initiate and complete their tasks. When kids have these skills, they feel better, and they do better at school and at home. And then they
- get their schoolwork done
- go to sleep and wake up regularly
- eat dinner with the family
- have the bandwidth to do their chores
- talk openly with their parents again
Ready to add to your parenting skillset and make this happen for your child?
Join us Wednesday at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET to get specific answers about your specific situation.
Why kids, especially those who are 2E and/or have ADHD, develop school-related anxiety
Signs of anxiety in children and adolescents, and effective ways to respond
Resources to help understand a new ADHD diagnosis
Tips, strategies, and activities that improve time management
Specific strategies that help twice-exceptional students succeed
What in the world executive function is and tools to help improve key skills
Virtual event. Live streaming video with live transcription. Watch from anywhere in the world.
Free to attend.
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You're concerned about your child’s mental health as well as their school performance.
Your child’s relationship with school is affecting our relationship and your home environment.
Your child is struggling with school subjects that come easy to you, and you don’t know how to approach this problem.
You're worried about passing your own judgments or insecurities on to your child.
You're afraid that your child won’t be successful, or as successful as you know they can be.
Your child hasn't been given a 2E or ADHD designation, but a lot of the signs are there. OR your child does have a designation, and you have questions.
You've heard of executive function, and you know it's important, but you're a little fuzzy on how to make sure your child is building those skills.
You want to see that it's possible for the math, writing, or reading-related anxiety meltdowns to transform into confident work sessions.
You want real-life examples of twice exceptional people, people with ADHD, and people who have similar struggles to your child being successful and having a great life.
You're tired and you want to hang out with some adults that get it.
terrible transformative time for kids and parents.
Now more than ever, it's time for you to
- Take a critical look at how school is affecting your twice exceptional, ADHD, or anxious child, and learn what resources are available to support both of you in making positive change.
- Get the answers you need about your specific situation.
- Make sure that your child is managing their time and energy well, so that you can manage your time and energy well.
The pandemic has shattered any illusion that we can continue on as usual and expect things to just get better.
With the right tools and resources, every child can thrive.
Ready to make sure your child gets them?
School Without Suffering was founded by Laura Fragomeni, a highly-qualified teacher and executive function coach.
Over the course of her career, Laura has taught students in grades K-16+ in a wide variety of settings, including traditional public school, home school, private tutoring, and hospital school programs; and she's honed a compassionate, neuroscience-based approach to instruction and academic coaching that works. She started School Without Suffering to help students around the world be both successful and happy, because she believes that when students have the tools and supports that they need, they thrive.
Master of Education in Technology, Innovation, and Education from Harvard University
Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, and Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies from Emory University
Educational Therapy Certificate candidate
California Teaching Credential (clear) with English Learner Authorization
Background report available upon request