Ray Waterhouse, Lindamood-Bell Learning Center student and parent, is a successful rancher and law school graduate. He joined us from Sydney, Australia to give his inspiring take on growing up with dyslexia, getting help while working full time and then going through the experience of parenting a dyslexic child.
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 literature teacher inspired students and help them understand complex ideas. But her own dyslexia got in the way when it came to helping struggling readers. Hear why she got help even when others thought it was too late.
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.
An adult student and a parent of a student.
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…
An Adult’s Struggle to Read