Case studies

The following four case studies illustrate how the results of Lucid Recall may be interpreted. It should be recognised that in each case conclusions can only be tentative because the information from a 20-minute screening program is inevitable limited. Nevertheless, it can be seen that in most cases the information provided by Lucid Recall can help a teacher or parent understand a child’s difficulties. This will allow them to move forward and to consider strategies that could be used to minimise the chance of the child failing on learning activities as a result of inadequate working memory resources.