Executive Function Coaching in Massachusetts
Headquartered in Needham MA, Beyond BookSmart employs an extensive network of executive function coaches throughout Massachusetts. Depending on our students' needs and demands, our coaches can work with students face-to-face online or in their homes. Our coaches teach students how to organize, plan, prioritize, manage time, maintain focus, self-assess, and study efficiently, using our students’ academic work as a springboard.
We have helped hundreds of students in Massachusetts, customizing our approach to each child depending upon the student’s attitude toward changing work habits. Our research-based model that draws from over 375 tools and strategies improves student self-management skills and leads to lasting change.
Our Massachusetts students come from elementary school, middle school, high school, and college. Some have diagnoses such as ADHD or other learning differences and see coaching as excellent additional support to school-based interventions. Some of our clients have emotional challenges, such as anxiety, which impact their ability to work effectively; others have no formal diagnosis. Nevertheless, they find that they benefit from better work habits to work more efficiently with their busy schedules.
Towns in Massachusetts We Serve
Our reach on the ground and online is growing. We serve students in person in their homes in Boston and the greater Boston area, including Cambridge, Somerville, Medford, Brookline, Watertown, Winchester, Arlington, Brighton, Newton; the Metrowest Boston towns of Waltham, Wellesley, Wayland, Lincoln, Dedham, Needham, Weston, Westwood, Dover, Sherborn, Natick, Framingham, Maynard, Southborough, and Sudbury; Metro North towns such as Andover, Lexington, Bedford, Concord, Reading, and Carlisle; North Shore towns including Manchester-by-the-Sea; Marblehead, Swampscott, Lynn, and Salem; South Shore and other towns south of Boston such as Milton, Hingham, Cohasset, Duxbury, Braintree, Norwell, North Scituate and Scituate. We also serve many students face-to-face online and in their homes in towns in northern, western and southern Massachusetts.
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Other Massachusetts Resources to Support Your Child
Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools (maaps) is a statewide association of 766 approved private special education schools dedicated to providing educational programs and services to students with special needs.
Massachusetts Department of Education’s Special Education provides parents with information about SEPACs, IEPs, advocacy organizations and state and federal laws regarding special education.
Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society (MNS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting research, clinical service, scholarly work and education in neuropsychology. Resources on the MNS website include a Speakers Bureau for organizations seeking talks on a range of topics such as learning; learning disabilities and other neuro-developmental conditions; and aging & cognition.
Massachusetts Psychological Association is the professional association for psychologists in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In addition to advocating for the practice of psychology in the state, they are also committed to sharing information on psychological issues with the public. This website can be used to find psychologists, review recent legislation and legal issues, and identify upcoming educational events.
MassPAC at the Federation for Children with Special Needs is the statewide organization providing information, training, and networking opportunities to Massachusetts special education parent advisory councils (PACs) and the professionals who collaborate with them.