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‘Coming out’ as Neurodivergent: the ‘double minority effect’ in LGBTQ+ spaces

By |2024-07-05T11:34:51+00:00June 27, 2024|Learning Tools, What Affects my Executive Functioning?|

While the queer community's abbreviation is already a tongue twister, I wish I could add one more letter to the [...]

Closing your brain tabs: 5 Simple hacks to minimise overwhelm

By |2024-05-02T07:28:05+00:00May 2, 2024|Connected Club, Education, Education Events and EF in the News, Executive Functioning coaching, Learning Tools, Practical Strategies, Teachers, What Affects my Executive Functioning?|

Ever feel like your brain has too many tabs open? You’re working through your work emails, but in the [...]

Nurturing Executive Functioning: An Educator’s Guide to Facilitating Effective Revision

By |2024-02-26T13:44:45+00:00February 13, 2024|Connected Club, Education, Education Events and EF in the News, Executive Functioning coaching, Learning Tools, Practical Strategies, Teachers, What Affects my Executive Functioning?|

Ever since we started Connections in Mind, revision and “study skills” have been a key focus for our community [...]

The subtle art of feeling safe: How to retrain your nervous brain in 5 steps

By |2024-01-24T10:55:18+00:00January 24, 2024|Connected Club, Practical Strategies|

The term ‘fight, flight, or freeze’ is quite well-known, and we often use it to describe the anxious state [...]

Counting confidence – Unpacking maths anxiety and strategies overcome it

By |2024-01-04T17:58:58+00:00January 4, 2024|Addressing Executive Functioning in the Classroom, Education, Parenting, Parenting Strategies for Executive Functioning development, Practical Strategies, Teachers|

The other night, I went out for a lovely dinner with a group of friends. When the bill arrived at [...]

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