When children with at least average intellectual ability struggle to learn, even with adequate instruction, there is likely something in the way that they are processing information that is underdeveloped, different, or inefficient.
At the Learning Center , we recognize that if we are going to effectively impact academic learning problems, we must prepare the brain for learning by strengthening or developing the underlying thinking processes that support academic skills.
These include skills such as:
- Processing Speed
- Auditory processing, language, and communication
- Phonemic awareness
- Visual processing
- Internal timing and organization
- Motor coordination and sensory integration
- Logic and reasoning
- Executive function
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