A Day in the Life of a Child with Slow Processing Speed
Understood, an online organization that supports parents of children with learning and attention issues, posted an article on the day-to-day challenges of children with slow processing speeds. The article also gives ways parents can work with their child to cope with and overcome these everyday obstacles, instead of lashing out and becoming frustrated. Check out their article below as this featured Tuesday Talk.
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