June 19, 2012, 8:00 p.m.
You might ask:
Why are my children struggling with schoolwork and in life?
Why can’t they follow directions or remember to do their chores or brush their teeth?
It’s not your child’s fault, but may be a symptom of a brain foundation problem called “poor auditory processing”.
Years ago people believed that the brain couldn’t change, that it was hard-wired and a person was just stuck with what they had. Now we know that with specific game-like activities, the brain can gain abilities just like a muscle can gain strength. In this webinar you will hear about the wide-reaching effects of poor processing, how to test for it and what can be done to improve this vital skill.
If you can’t make the live webinar, request the link to the recording.
NOTICE: The second webinar had technical difficulties and Jan will re-record it, so you may view it at your convenience. We’ll let you know when it’s available Thanks for your patience. It’s worth the wait!
For anyone who had problems with the first recording, we received this advice from AnyMeeting Support:
If any attendees attempted to view this recording without hearing audio and tried other web browsers without success, it may be related to a cache issue. In order to correct this, please have anyone who was affected to try clearing their web browser cache and their Flash cache. Please see the following URLs which will show the steps needed to clear cache:
Clearing web browser cache: http://support.anymeeting.com/index.php?/AnyMeeting/Knowledgebase/Article/View/22/0/clearing-browser-cache
Clearing Flash cache: http://support.anymeeting.com/index.php?/AnyMeeting/Knowledgebase/Article/View/268/0/how-to-delete-flash-cache
Next, have them try viewing the recording once again. It may be necessary that they refresh the recording once or twice while it plays to restore all audio.