Learning Through Play, USA


Experiencing abuse or neglect can hinder the development of executive function skills, which children need in order to filter distractions, prioritise tasks, and control impulses.

Learning Through Play uses games to improve children’s executive function skills. Picture: watcherfox/Adobe Stock
Learning Through Play uses games to improve children’s executive function skills. Picture: watcherfox/Adobe Stock

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