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Lindamood-Bell Featured on NPR Series Unlocking Dyslexia

18 May, 2017

A New Story From NPR: Millions Have Dyslexia, Few Understand It   A new story premiered on NPR titled Millions Have Dyslexia, Few Understand It. The reporter, who was a student at Lindamood-Bell when she was younger, visited our Washington, DC Learning Centre this past summer and interviewed Centre Director Nancy Gregerson and some of…

Independent Study of Visualizing and Verbalizing™ and Autism Spectrum Disorder Featured in Exceptional Parent Magazine

11 May, 2017

The current issue of Exceptional Parent Magazine Features an independent study of Visualizing and Verbalizing™ and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  “The Science of Improved Language Comprehension: Brain Connectivity and Autism Spectrum Disorder,” summarises the groundbreaking results of a recent University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) study.   In this study, a group of children with ASD…

New Article in Autism Spectrum News

6 Apr, 2017

We’re excited to announce a new article on brain connectivity and autism spectrum disorder has been published in the spring issue of Autism Spectrum News. In the article, Lindamood-Bell’s Director of Research and Development, Paul Worthington, discusses the latest science concerning the improvement of language skills for individuals with autism.  

[In the News]Cañon City School District: More students measuring up in reading

3 Feb, 2017

(Photo: Sara Knuth / Daily Record) Cañon City School District is using a Colorado Department of Education grant to change outcomes for their struggling readers. The Cañon City Daily Record has been following the progress of teachers and students alike and has exciting news to report. Go to story. Lindamood-Bell can be a key factor in making…

Exceptional Parent Magazine Features Independent Study of Visualizing and Verbalizing and Autism Spectrum Disorder

9 Dec, 2016

The current issue of Exceptional Parent Magazine Features an independent study of Visualizing and Verbalizing and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  “The Science of Improved Language Comprehension: Brain Connectivity and Autism Spectrum Disorder,” summarizes the groundbreaking results of a recent University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) study.   In this study, a group of children with ASD…

NPR Series Unlocking Dyslexia features Lindamood-Bell

28 Nov, 2016

A New Story From NPR: Millions Have Dyslexia, Few Understand It   Today, a new story premiered on NPR titled Millions Have Dyslexia, Few Understand It. The reporter, who was a student at Lindamood-Bell when she was younger, visited our Washington, DC Learning Center this past summer and interviewed Center Director Nancy Gregerson and some…

NBC WSMV-TV Channel 4 Nashville Reports on Lindamood-Bell Robot Helping Teachers

31 Aug, 2016

Photo Credit: DoubleRobotics Case Study Video Lindamood-Bell for Schools Instruction Robot: News Roundup NBC WSMV-TV Channel 4 Nashville Reports on Lindamood-Bell Robot Helping Teachers Tullahoma News Reports on Instruction Robot [Case Study] Lindamood-Bell for Schools Instruction Robot Double Robotics Case Study: Lindamood-Bell Deploys 50 Doubles in Largest Deployment Yet   NBC WSMV-TV Channel 4 Nashville Reports…

Lindamood-Bell Named a Top Back to Homeschool Resource of 2016

9 Aug, 2016

Homeschool.com researched products, curriculum, websites, and fun books, to come up with their Top Back to Homeschool Resources. We are honored to be chosen as one of the “best of the best!” Check out Homeschool.com’s Top Back to Homeschool Resources. Contact us to discuss how we can help your family go back to homeschool, and…

Today is Red Nose Day!

26 May, 2016

As an organization that believes in the potential of all individuals, Lindamood-Bell is proud to support Red Nose Day. We know that when children’s needs are met, anything is possible.   Because “Red Nose Day is on a mission to lift kids out of poverty and has raised over $1 billion globally in the last…

More Than Tutoring: Why Intensive Instruction Works

20 May, 2016

Those who are new to Lindamood-Bell instruction may be more familiar with traditional tutoring and programs which are generally conducted 1 to 3 hours a week over the course of months or years. Therefore, recommendations for intensive intervention—4 hours/day and 5 days a week—may be a new concept.   If your child is having difficulty…

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