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…
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.
From the 1st day at Lindamood-Bell we could see the positive change in her. Each day she came home enthusiastic and spoke incessantly about her tutors and her activities.
A pastor and his wife describe the journey of helping their twin sons learn to their potential.
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…
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.
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.
A mom discusses her experience with Lindamood-Bell instruction for her child, who has autism, and the great success she experienced.