“It has made an insane difference!” A teen learns how to read and comprehend to her potential | Lindamood-Bell Learning Center
Cora describes her own incredible results with Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
“A Lightbulb Went Off!” A teen learns how to read and comprehend to her potential | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers
Karen describes her teen daughter’s incredible results with Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
Parents explain why it’s so important that their son continues to make progress toward reading to his potential—”We know he’s bright. That’s why we fight.” The student tells us, in his own words, how Lindamood-Bell has improved his skills, grades. . .and life!
As a Technical Software Sales Engineer, Tim Waring is responsible for interacting with customers and colleagues about complex issues and solutions. In this video, Tim shares why he sought help at Lindamood-Bell. He describes how instruction has affected his literacy and language skills—and bolstered his confidence at work.
A college student with a Specific Learning Disability(SLD) looks back on his early struggles with school and Lindamood-Bell sensory-cognitive instruction.
A father describes his daughter’s “tremendous” growth in reading comprehension and math at Lindamood-Bell. At Lindamood-Bell, we develop the imagery-language foundation for learning and thinking. We believe all individuals can learn to read and comprehend to their potential.
The mother of a child with autism shares their Lindamood-Bell story. He received learning center instruction via live online sessions—resulting in improved literacy skills and newfound confidence.
A mother describes how sensory-cognitive instruction changed her son’s ability to read fluently and comprehend language. His improved language and literacy skills have allowed him to experience joy in learning.
As a speech-language pathologist and an enthusiastic public school educator, it was hard for Lindsay to watch her own son struggle with literacy and attention issues. But Cameron made it clear that he hated it “from the minute he stepped into that school in kindergarten.” The situation got worse when favorite subjects like science were…
Today starts the third summer Carter has attended school at a Lindamood Bell Center over the summer for his dyslexia. Carter “graduated” fifth grade in early June. To see him today is to see a completely different child than he was in kindergarten. As I have learned much about dyslexia over the years, the best…