Executive Function Coaching in Rhode Island
Beyond BookSmart has coaches in several states, including Rhode Island. Depending on our students' needs and demands, our coaches can work with students face-to-face online or in their homes. Using students’ academic work as a springboard, our coaches teach students how to organize, plan, prioritize, manage time, maintain focus, self-assess, and study efficiently.
We have helped many students in Rhode Island, 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 Rhode Island students come from private and public elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and colleges. 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 Rhode Island We Serve
Our reach on the ground and online is growing. We serve students face-to-face in person in their home in Newport and surrounding towns, as well as Providence and East Providence. We serve students Barrington, Bristol, Cranston, Cumberland, East Greenwich, Kingstown, Narragansett, North Kingstown, Portsmouth, South Kingstown, and Warwick.
Find out how Executive Function coaching can benefit your child.
Other Rhode Island Resources to Support Your Child
Rhode Island Parent Information Network Their mission is to assist individuals, parents, families, and children to achieve their goals for health, education, and socio-economic well-being by providing information, training, education, support and advocacy for person/family centered care and system change.
Rhode Island Department of Education - Special Education The goal of Special Education is to improve the academic, social and post school success of students with disabilities ages 3 to 21. Students eligible for special education require specially designed instruction and related services as needed to meet their unique needs.