Tools for Success:
THE IMPACT OF EXECUTIVE SKILLS ON SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
Join us for a conference with Dr. Peg Dawson
Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 6:30pm in the VPAC
A wonderful speaker whose book series is widely recommended by psychologists & psychiatrists.
An expert on strengthening the executive skills kids need, like planning, organization, time management, & making good, independent decisions.
The event is open to the general public. However, Baldwin parents will have priority in reserving their tickets. Baldwin parents will receive an email with a link to register to the conference. On March 1st, registration will be open to the general public. We strongly advise Baldwin parents to register quickly.
Babysitting is also available for students from Kindergarten - 5th grade. $15 per student. Download the form below to register for babysitting.
Peg Dawson, Ed.D., NCSP, received her doctorate in school/child clinical psychology from the University of Virginia. She worked as a school psychologist for 16 years in Maine and New Hampshire, and since 1992 has worked at the Center for Learning and Attention Disorders in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where she specializes in the assessment of children and adults with learning and attention disorders. She has many years of organizational experience at the state, national, and international level, and served in many capacities, including president, of the New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists, the National Association of School Psychologists, and the International School Psychology Association. She is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on a variety of topics, including retention, ability grouping, reading disorders, attention disorders, the sleep problems of adolescents, the use of interviews in the assessment process, and homework. Along with her colleague, Dr. Richard Guare, she has written several books for parents and professionals on the topic of executive skills, including Smart but Scattered and Smart but Scattered Teens. Peg is the 2006 recipient of the National Association of School Psychologists’ Lifetime Achievement Award.