As the global effect of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, Lindamood-Bell is firmly committed to the health and safety of our students, our clients, and our staff.  We have met the challenge quickly so we can continue to serve our clients and provide employment for our loyal and dedicated employees.

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Real Stories – Learning Centers


A Letter from an Adult Student

Just wanted to say Thank You for your help as I prepared for my medical boards.

A Letter from a Mom

I don’t know how I will ever find a way to adequately express my gratitude and appreciation for all the astonishing ways in which you changed my son’s life, and my life.  I find myself in constant amazement at what you were able to accomplish.  Often I still find myself in frozen shock at the…

A Letter from a Mom of a 5 year old

My daughter struggled to retain most information taught to her

From a Mom to a Center Director

You were just fantastic at the meeting with the school.

A Letter from an 8th Grade Student

I want to thank all of the people at Lindamood-Bell for really helping me through my writing and how I perform as a student. At first, I was hesitant to coming here because it seemed like a lot of work.  I realize now that not only was I learning new things and meeting new people,…

A Lindamood-Bell Story: Family Holiday Letter

A family talks about their remarkable year as they transition from homeschooling to public schools.

Ian’s Story: An adult learns to read and comprehend after suffering a brain injury

Ian is an adult student at Lindamood-Bell, a veteran, and husband. While serving in the armed services, specialists discovered that he had sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) from an accident that happened a year before. He came to us full of self-doubt and frightened. His memory, reading and comprehension skills, math skills, and relationships…

The future looks brighter for a student with autism | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers

18-year-old Kevin describes his own progress in the Visualizing and Verbalizing program. His mother, Claudia, and autism expert Dr. Ricki Robinson discuss how autism affects his schoolwork and life.

A struggling college student improves her reading comprehension | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers

An adult describes her struggles with school, her own experience receiving intensive comprehension instruction at the learning center, and the effect it had on her ability to do college-level work.

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