Ok, so my ds has finally had a WISC assessment and we met the psychologist for the results last week. He has some very strong areas particularly in maths and he was very weak (comparatively at least) in his processing speed. Obviously we need to do some work on his processing speed (and school had already highlighted this).
But, what did you (or the school) do with your childs WISC results? Did they focus on the biggest weakness and 'fix' that? Or focus on the really strong areas and provide extra challenges? Or focus on the areas in the middle & try to 'improve' them?
The fact that our ds's processing speed is so much lower than everything else means this is obviously a priority, but what else should I be pushing the school to do or should I be focusing on at home? The psych gave us suggestions on improving processing speed and we're going back in a few weeks.