6 June @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
6 June @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
6 June @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Executive Functioning 101

What is executive functioning, and how does it relate to neurodivergence?

Educational Psychologist Casey Anley shares insider tips on how to strengthen and support executive functioning.

An introduction to executive functioning

In this interactive online session, peer into the intricate workings of your brain’s personal organiser – the area responsible for managing your life in our fast-paced and often chaotic world.

Areas we will be exploring:

What actually is executive functioning?

Nutshell neuroscience – what we know about executive functioning and the brain

Insider tips on our favourite executive functioning skills hacks

How can we strengthen & support our executive functioning skills?

Image of Colin Foley, speaking at the Skill Sessions in-person event in November 2023.
Photo of attendees in discussion at Skill Sessions in-person event in November 2023.

Who is this webinar for?

This webinar is perfect for EDI, HR and inclusion professionals.

Whether you’re an employer, educator, or advocate for diversity, this webinar is for you. You’ll leave equipped with the knowledge and inspiration to champion Neurodiversity and create environments where everyone belongs and succeeds.


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Casey Anley

Director of Training & Development @ Connections in Mind

Casey Anley is an Educational Psychologist. She is passionate about Executive Functioning and is determined to help spread awareness of how we can better understand and support our brains.

Casey delivers training for schools and universities, facilitates coach training programmes, and oversees Connections in Mind’s community support programme.

Dr. Richard Purcell

Dr. Richard Purcell

Co-founder & Director @ CareScribe

Dr Richard Purcell is the co-founder and director of Bristol-based assistive technology company, CareScribe.

Rich is an NHS doctor and entrepreneur, developing innovative assistive technologies to promote accessibility and inclusion in education and the workplace.

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