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A teen with down syndrome finally learns to read

A father travels from Manila, Philippines to New York City seeking reading instruction for his teen daughter with Down Syndrome. Get his perspective on what finally made the difference for his daughter’s learning.

An amazing teen learns to read for the first time; mom dreams big for his future.

The mother of one of our extraordinary students talks about her son’s journey from being unable to read to gaining the skills and confidence he needs to fulfill his potential. Watch their unique story.

Online Instruction | Lindamood-Bell Learning Center

A family finds that they are able to preserve precious time together by receiving Lindamood-Bell instruction online. With online instruction, we connect with you from a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center and our instruction staff works with your student. Online instruction is available for every Lindamood-Bell program and works well for busy families with challenging schedules or…

Imagine a Love of Reading: Summer Learning at Lindamood-Bell

While you’d like your son or daughter to love reading as much as you do, the reality may be just the opposite. In fact, they might even say they dislike reading and when they finally sit down with a book, there are cries of, “Am I done yet?” or “How many more pages?” every few…

An Artist Learns How to Comprehend

A uniquely talented artist, Luke has endured medical challenges that have affected him throughout school and in personal communication. At 25, he learned how to visualize the language he hears and reads. Watch Luke and his family as they tell their story.  

“The joy he now has with reading is the best result.” A mother of a second grader describes instruction.

Jacob’s last school year was incredibly difficult. We could not keep up with homework, and he could not keep up in class. He attends a really great private school, but even with extra support he didn’t seem to be learning. There were tears over homework and very low test scores. I have a master’s degree…

A parent describes the impact of Visualizing and Verbalizing on her middle schooler

The author of Lost At School suggests parents and teachers have two beliefs towards kids struggling with academics. One is that kids do well if they “wanna,” and the other is kids do well if they can. For the past 7 academic years, my son has bounced around to 5 different schools while I rode the emotional roller coaster…

Unlocking Learning Potential – A Student Story | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers

Matthew was a middle school student with the reading comprehension of a third grader. A neuropsychologist’s recommendation of Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at Lindamood-Bell would be a turning point for him. She believed in his potential. And so do we.    

Now She Asks, “Can I get another book?”: A Father’s Perspective on Learning

In this touching video, a father describes his daughter’s struggles with school, and her transformation into a reader at her school’s Lindamood-Bell Learning Center on Campus.

Meet a teenager excited about school for the first time in his life

Throughout school, Joe received accommodations for his slow reading.

In this short video, he will describe his experience with school,

and why he now feels “pretty awesome.”

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