A Day in the Life of a Child With Slow Processing Speed By Julie Rawe

Kids with slow processing speed have a slower response time to the information their brains take in. That can make it hard to finish tasks like homework. Slow processing speed can also affect kids socially and emotionally. Use this visual guide to see some of the ways that slow processing speed can affect a child’s daily life.

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