The parent of a student with reading difficulty talks about what it’s like to go to school at Lindamood-Bell Academy, our K-12 private school.
Bentley had experienced years of struggle when a speech-language pathologist recommended Lindamood-Bell Academy. The positive, engaging approach to school features Socratic questioning—instructors teach students to integrate sensory information to help them develop their language and literacy skills. Finally, Bentley was able to read and write to his potential—and experience success with school curriculum.
In my eyes, Academy just makes sense. Always before, there was a disconnect between school curriculum and Lindamood Bell techniques. Now, in Academy, Lindamood-Bell techniques are used to help understand the academic curriculum. Noah has been able to see how to actually apply the strategies learned at Lindamood-Bell in his academic coursework. Additionally, integrating Seeing…
A Lindamood-Bell Academy student describes her own improved reading skills and new confidence. She and her mom give their perspectives on our individualized approach to school.
After years in Special Education, a family makes the switch to Lindamood-Bell Academy. Within weeks, they witness a “monumental difference” in their son’s reading ability and his attitude about school.
Andrew’s Central Auditory Processing Disorder diagnosis helped explain why he struggled so much with schoolwork and following directions. His mom brought him to Lindamood-Bell to make learning easier. We provided sensory-cognitive instruction to improve his oral and written language comprehension. He learned how to apply the imagery-language foundation to his schoolwork. Our personalized, research-backed approach…
By first grade, G. was struggling in reading and math and was diagnosed with dyslexia. After trying other methods, the family found a right fit at Lindamood-Bell. Her father describes how the programs, instructors, and learning environment set his daughter up for success. Wanting to extend her positive experience, they enrolled in a full school…
In this video, a family talks about their experience at Lindamood-Bell Academy. Maher, a teen on the autism spectrum, is bright and outgoing. He was struggling with academics when his ABA specialist referred him to Lindamood-Bell. Maher’s mom describes her son’s journey to start learning again at our unique school.
A college-bound student describes his own learning journey. He talks about how he overcame struggles with learning and motivation; and what it’s like to go to high school, and prepare for college, at Lindamood-Bell Academy.
John’s family found a right fit at Lindamood-Bell Academy. He makes progress in curriculum at his own pace while working on foundational skills, too.