FOR PARENTS WHO WANT TO HELP THEIR TEENS SUCCEED WITH LESS STRESS— WITHOUT BEING A NAG

Academic Wellness:

Executive Functions Implementation Guide

Learn how to influence your kid so they don’t have to do school the hard way.

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Co-create smart systems with your kid:

Step 1: Watch our Morning Routine Worksheet How-To-Video:

Step 2: Download Signet’s Morning Routine Worksheet:

Step 3:
The Top Parent Communication Strategies you need to support your teen in getting the help they need - coming to your inbox this week!

There is a way for your kid to accomplish more in high school with less stress. 

Whether they are neurotypical or not, nearly all students do better with systems and structures to accommodate their specific needs and strengths.  

It’s not a matter of studying longer or harder. 

It’s about having the self-awareness and executive functioning skills to get off the road to burnout, and onto a path of sustainable success.  

The challenge? 

Getting teens on board with a new routine or persuading them to accept help? 

Easier said than done. 

So let’s figure out an effective way for you to lead them in the right direction, without doing everything for them. 

Over the next week, we will send you a brief series to help you understand your teen’s inner world and be seen as a helpful partner, not an adversary Overcome the Top 3 Obstacles to Academic Wellness through modeling and strategic communication 

Make sure you’re not inadvertently causing stress or blocking your kid from developing executive functioning skills. 

It’s okay for your kid to have help –
and it’s okay if you’re not the one who does all the helping. 

Signet’s Academic Coaches are here to make the high school and college process easier on the parent and teens.