“A Parent’s Guide for Managing Language Processing Disorder” [Video Replay & Podcast #340]

Episode Description


The speed at which a child completes duties, their facility with language, and their skill to concentrate ­– these all affect their on a regular basis ability to serve as. Children increase these abilities as they mature, but the ones with language processing disorder can show weaknesses in all 3 areas over the years. This affects their skill to do schoolwork, be in contact socially, and get things achieved.

Understanding these deficits, and the best way they influence every other, is the first step in managing them. The next step is to accept, accommodate, and advocate for your child. Armed with the precise strategies, oldsters can ameliorate and support processing, language, and a focus variations.

In this webinar, you are going to be informed:

  • How language and processing speed overlap with attention
  • The co-occurrence of learning disabilities and ADHD — and their impact on language
  • The effect of slow processing speed on social communique and social abilities
  • How to seek out pros who can assist your child arrange those challenges
  • How to reinforce youngsters with sluggish processing velocity at house and at school

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Ellen Braaten, Ph.D., is the manager director of the Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an associate professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School. Her most up-to-date guide for parents is Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up. | See expert’s full bio »

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Listener Testimonials

  • “As an grownup with ADHD and parent of a child with ADHD and a SLP, I thought Ellen Braaten was superb. This was once pitched at a excellent level for most to grasp and I won some treasured insights and ideas. Thank you!”
  • “I LOVED this webinar – she gave nice details about language processing, who to visit for help, and the way speech paths and psychs often work together to help kids.”
  • “Excellent presenter. She knew her stuff, as others do, however she engaged the target audience and made a troublesome topic relatable.”

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