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Geisinger becomes the first member of Risant Health

ADMI teaming up with Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit for Nov. 6 program in Milton


MILTON, PA -- Geisinger’s Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute (ADMI) is offering a free program for teachers to work more effectively with students who have deficits in executive function, or mental skills that help an individual get things done. Executive function skills are controlled by the brain’s frontal lobe.

“From the Clinic to the Classroom: Strategies to Support Students with Executive Functioning Deficits,” will take place on Friday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU) Conference and Learning Center, 90 Lawton Lane, Milton.

The program will feature presentations by Cora M. Taylor, Ph.D., a pediatric psychologist at Geisinger’s ADMI; and Barbara Haas-Givler, M.Ed., BCBA, director of education and behavioral outreach, ADMI. After their presentations, participants will be able to:

  • define executive functioning and how it affects schoolwork, daily living and social skills
  • identify children with executive functioning deficits
  • select strategies to support these students  

While the program is free, registration is required and is available at by clicking on the Act 48, Professional Development & Personal Computer Training link ( located in a box on the left side of the home page. Questions may be directed to, or by calling 570-522-6281.

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