“‘What Do You Mean?’ Language Processing Deficits in Children with ADHD” [podcast episode #183]

Listen to “’What Do You Mean?’ Language Processing Deficits in Children with ADHD” with Gail Richard, Ph.D.

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Gail Richard, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, explains the right way to acknowledge language-processing disorders and pursue a correct prognosis.

Listener testimonials:

  • “This was once SO informative! As a guardian of a child with ADHD and an SLP I plan on sharing this with many of us who can even find the tips really helpful. Thank you!”
  • “This was a really glorious podcast. I’m an RN with ADHD and have always identified I've a processing dysfunction but wasn’t sure which one, and so on. now I realize it’s they all, together with some minor dyslexia symptoms at times! What a aid to have a analysis that matches my symptoms! Thank you so much!!”
  • “Thank you for sharing your expertise. I've in point of fact liked the opportunity to learn more about language processing disorders.”

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