Is your child losing track of his or her progress on tasks?
Learn more about the 11 Areas of Evaluation, and gain a clearer understanding of your child’s specific challenges and needs.
Learn about problems that may be happening in your child’s memory.
Areas of difficulty that may demonstrate memory challenges include deficits in organization, planning, working memory, processing speed, social perspective taking or attention. Everyone forgets things occasionally. It is when these symptoms take over and impact understanding and communication that it is important to intervene.
Is your child getting lost in familiar places?
Is your child not remembering information long enough to use it?
Is your child remembering some things well and forgetting others?
Is your child not remembering sight words?
Is your child forgetting information learned in school?
Is your child forgetting the steps to complete a task?
Is your child forgetting friends’ names?
Is your child unable to place that face?
Is your child forgetful?