Kids with slow processing speed and executive functioning difficulties are often characterized as lazy or unmotivated, but they are not! They may be frustrated, resigned to failure, or overwhelmed, but […]
Kids with slow processing speed are often identified by their teachers and parents as kids who just don’t try as hard. This is understandable. Kids with slow processing speed appear […]
How does processing speed impact academic achievement?
Students with slow processing speed often cannot keep up with their peers on math minutes, struggle to take complete notes, are likely to […]
Have you noticed that your child with slow processing speed doesn’t want to play sports or video games the way their peers do? Kids with slow processing speed may struggle […]
The following questionnaire was developed developed by LearningWorks for Kids to help parents determine the likelihood that their child may have slow processing speed. You are can learn more about […]
Kids with slow processing speed get things done slowly. They are often among the last in the classroom to complete an assignment or finish an exam, and it may take […]
If your child or student has been identified with slow processing speed you’re probably trying to become an expert on the subject as quickly as you can. Developing strategies to […]
Children with slow processing speed are often frustrated that they can’t keep up with other students at school, spend way too much time trying to get stuff done, and get […]
Are kids with slow processing speed unmotivated to get things done? Could they really move quicker if they only wanted to? What causes slow processing speed? Is there a cure?
Given that a child’s cognitive processing speed is directly related to how efficiently their senses, brain, and body respond to their experiences, you might think major biological changes would need […]