Parents work hard presenting information, practicing, reviewing and repeating, yet, the student seems not to remember how to complete a task. Parents think, we just did this last week. Or, the student can complete the academic task, but it takes hours to complete one lesson. Parents think, we will never get all of this work done. Parents become frustrated and concerned; students become frustrated and discouraged. Everyone is upset, and it is time to take a break. Sound familiar? Glenna will review issues involving visual and auditory processing, the importance of fluency and automaticity and the need for working memory.