Attention, Memory & More – Executive Function for Success in Daily Life

Is your child struggling with learning or not achieving although he or she seems smart?


Julia Eggles, Senior Occupational Therapist

Julia is an experienced speaker with extensive training and experience in executive function, learning difficulties, sensory processing theory and practice both within and outside the school environment.

Seminar Overview

It can be so frustrating & exhausting living with children with executive function difficulties as they;

  • might not look before they leap,
  • can be sensitive to criticism and stubborn in their approach to problems,
  • can be emotional, distractable and daydreamers to whom you have to repeat yourself to until your voice is hoarse!
  • can take more nudging than most to get started, forget what they are doing and leave messes trailing behind them,
  • can be quietly failing to achieve at school, even though everyone believes they can do better.

Executive function consists of several complex reasoning skills that work together to help our brains organise and act on information.
Attend this seminar to find out the underlying causes for kids who struggle to learn and take away strategies to help.

Who is it for?

  • Parents and carers
  • Teachers, teacher aids, and educators
  • Health professionals

What's Included?

  • A Q&A with Julia Eggles
  • Printed handouts & pen
  • Afternoon tea
  • Certificate of Attendance (1.5 CPD hours)


Date: TBC
Time: TBC
Venue: TBC
Cost: TBC

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Do you have NDIS funding?

If you are NDIS self-managed or third-party managed, and parent education is included in your child’s plan, you can use NDIS funding to attend this event.


*Cancellations – we require 7 days notice for a full refund. No refunds provided for less than 7 days notice but a credit note, against future Kids Matters seminars, will be issued.