Executive Function Insight, Expertise, and Support for Clinicians
When students struggle with executive functions, SOS4Students works with families and clinicians to turn assessments and recommendations into action plans for home and school, providing insight, expertise, and ongoing support as needed.
- Referrals for needed services and support
- Collaboration on student action plans for home and school
- Consultations on the science of executive function and learning
- Training and speaking engagements about how executive function challenges affect people of all ages and abilities
SOS4Students refers families to clinicians who can provide needed services and support for students with learning and behavioral challenges, such as:
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Processing Deficits
- Defiant Behavior
- Executive Dysfunction
SOS4Students works with clinicians to troubleshoot student learning differences such as ADHD and dyslexia, identify emotional challenges, and develop plans for providing students and their families full, unified support.
SOS4Students provides interactive seminars for teachers, education specialists, clinicians and their staff, and parents and students. These hands-on, practical training seminars provide materials and information based on the latest research and best practices, plus opportunities for discussion and Q&A. All topics can be customized to a particular interest or need.
As the founder and director of SOS4Students, Beth Samuelson is a frequent and sought after presenter at conferences, schools and educational institutes. She is known for her ability to address student, parent, teacher, and clinical audiences with humor, heart, and head. Her topics are timely and relevant and always include the latest research, expert insight, and candor.