Frustrations and Symptoms: Do you see any of these common symtoms? Do these frustrations sound familiar?
How does a processing difficulty impact my child?
Children do actually have the desire to be successful in school!
A lack of processing skills makes a student avoid homework; it is difficult, frustrating.
- They feel disappointed with themselves, and they believe their parents are disappointed as well.
- They also desire to be accepted. Thus, they cannot comprehend why it is so hard for them to learn while their classmates succeed.
- They feel as though they have a problem, but they don’t know what’s wrong or how to correct it.
- This is a terrible feeling for a child.
“We are shut up in schools and college recitation rooms for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a belly full of words and do not know a thing. The things taught in schools and colleges are not an education, but the means of education.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Most parents do not know how they can help their struggling student.
Without these skills, it will be simply impossible for an individual to learn and succeed, even with tutoring.
What’s worse, the child will take these processing difficulties and these bad experiences with them into adulthood, where problems are much larger and complex for life!
Brain Works has the program:
- To discover and reveal where inefficiencies exists in the processing skills that are needed for proper learning.
- Then, we are able to train and strengthen these skills so they become properly developed.