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11 Signs that may indicate your child has a
Working Memory problem

Checklist

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Are you a concerned parent wondering if your child may have a working memory problem?

What is working memory?  It’s the ability to hold information in your mind and use it when thinking. For example, you use your working memory when you complete a task that has multiple steps in it, such as adding a few numbers together, or following instructions.

Poor working memory makes learning difficult. But you can improve working memory.

The first thing, though, is to determine if your child’s struggles to learn, or remember what you have told them, might be caused by a weak working memory.

Complete this simple 11 question checklist to see if your child may have a weak working memory.

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