Time to Jump-Start Learning
At this point in the school year, students everywhere are feeling the crunch of looming due dates and increased workloads. For students who have any kind of struggle with learning, this time of year can be especially tough. Their performance may have lagged behind peers all year, and increased expectations may now make tackling school even more difficult.
Observing your child doing homework all school year, you recognize it’s not just a “motivation” problem. Whether their teacher has spoken with you or not, you know your child needs help.
Wondering if help could even make a difference this late in the school year?
We believe the answer is yes.
At our learning centers, we identify strengths and weaknesses that may be affecting school performance in reading, comprehension, and math. Our instruction is based on an individual’s learning needs. Students can make years of progress in just a few weeks.
Some students come to us with previous diagnoses such as dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders, or general learning challenges—and we make a difference for each of them.
Some students seek our help to enhance their skills or to just make learning easier—and we do.
If school is hard for your child, you need to know why and how to help. Identifying strengths and weaknesses is the first step toward helping your child finish the school year successfully.
Let’s jump-start learning for your child: https://lindamoodbell.com/locations