Leslie Josel: Put the “Function” back in Executive Functioning: Strategies for Students

Put the Function” back in Executive Functioning: Strategies for Students – Virtual presentation by Leslie Josel

Leslie will be presenting for us virtually on Tuesday, November 15th at our monthly CHADD meeting. In this presentation Leslie will talk dive deep into why students are disorganized and time challenged. She will demystify executive functions; explain what they are, how they affect your students and provide practical strategies and solutions.

Leslie Josel is the Principal of Order Out of Chaos, an organizing consulting firm specializing in student organizing and chronic disorganization. She is a graduate of the JST coaching program for teens and college students with ADHD and is a long time member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and the National Association of Professional Organizers.

Leslie is the creator of the award winning “Academic Planner: A Tool for Time Management (a student planner that helps teach students time management). She is also the author of “What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management”, (People Tested Media, 2015).

A respected resource on ADHD and executive functioning in students, Leslie has been featured in numerous national broadcast and print media on these subjects. Leslie also conducts workshops and keynotes internationally to parents, students and educators on a variety of topics facing students today.Leslie

Leslie brought “Order Out of Chaos” to life from a very personal mission. She is the mother of a time-challenged teen with ADHD. Leslie founded her company to provide professional time management and coaching services; family education and products and resources to families and students to help them bring “order out of chaos” to their lives.   screen-shot-2016-11-07-at-9-50-58-pm


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