Dr. George McCloskey presented on the topic of Executive Functioning for Asperger’s and learning differences at a Student Education Fund (SEDF) fundraiser on Monday, September 13 at Indiana University.
The fundraiser was open to teachers, clinicians, parents and others who work with individuals who have learning differences and was approved for 0.5 CEU’s by the School of Social Work at Indiana University.
Dr. McCloskey is a Professor and Director of School Psychology Research at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. McCloskey has been involved in psychological test development and publishing for 25 years. His presentation will offer an overview of executive functions and the roles of these functions across multiple settings including ground breaking techniques for assessment and intervention. He will also provide a multidimensional model of executive functions and their development across an individual’s lifespan.
The event is a fundraiser for SEDF, a national non-profit which provides financial aid to students enrolled in The College Internship Program (CIP); an academic, career and life skills support program for young adults with Asperger’s and learning differences.
For more information on the Student Educational Development Fund (SEDF), visit www.sedfund.org or call 413-243-0710 X 22.