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Student Success! Groups
During 8 sessions, intermediate, middle school and high school students will learn ways to develop these important skills for success: Organization, Time Management, Overcoming Procrastination, Active Reading, Written Expression, Active Note-Taking, Memory, Test Prep and Test Taking. More…
You can choose one of three options for your student: June, July, or August groups are available!
Groups meet on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Parents are invited to attend sessions 1 and 8.
Each student is provided a reference notebook.
Students and parents can access exclusive reference materials and downloadable tools on-line after completing Student Success!
STOP-THINK-GO for Elementary Students and Their Families
During 6 sessions, 6 to 9 year-olds will learn better ways to think before acting in multiple situations including at home, in the classroom, on the playground, at parties, and in life. More…
We’re offering 3 options this year: June, July, and August groups are available.
Groups meet Tuesday and Thursday mornings 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Parents will join their children and Dr. Davenport for the last 15 minutes of these sessions!
STOP-THINK-GO groups are small, so contact us to sign up today.
SEMINARS FOR PARENTS AND EDUCATORS
Dr. Davenport relishes sharing his experience utilizing practical and easily implemented research-based strategies in order to motivate audiences of parents and educators to take action to help struggling children, teens, and college students. Over the years, Monte has enjoyed speaking for national conferences, parenting workshops, and school in-service training sessions about learning disorders, attention disorders, and related executive functioning challenges.
Monte tailors his heart-felt talks to meet the needs of your audience based on his personal and professional experience. For more information, go to his Speaking Engagements page and contact us to discuss your event. For upcoming speaking events, visit the Life Solutions of Dallas-Fort Worth EventBrite page.
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