Alyssa, a thriving college freshman, looks back on her educational journey. In her earlier years, she faced challenges as an elementary school student. Alyssa attributes her improved learning skills and self-confidence to the support she received from Lindamood-Bell.
Blake was diagnosed with dyslexia during the COVID-19 pandemic. He was initially reluctant to commit to daily intensive reading intervention, but he soon embraced the opportunity to learn how to read to his potential. In this video, Blake is joined by a coach and teacher to help tell his story of true grit.
A parent describes the Lindamood-Bell Learning Ability Evaluation and what sets it apart.
A mom describes her son’s learning journey. Lindamood-Bell instruction not only improved his reading ability but also his confidence and self-esteem.
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A parent describes the value of the Lindamood-Bell Learning Ability Evaluation. She describes her son’s reading ability before and after individualized instruction, and how we objectively measure progress.
Donna describes her daughter Lauren’s early struggles with reading and how Lindamood-Bell Learning Center instruction affected her skills and confidence. Donna’s daughter, Lauren, recently graduated from high school with honors and will start college in the fall at a university where she will major in psychology.
Bentley had experienced years of struggle when a speech-language pathologist recommended Lindamood-Bell Academy. The positive, engaging approach to school features Socratic questioning—instructors teach students to integrate sensory information to help them develop their language and literacy skills. Finally, Bentley was able to read and write to his potential—and experience success with school curriculum.
Former Lindamood-Bell student, Lauren, describes how she overcame adversity to become the thriving young person she is today. Lauren recently graduated from high school with honors. She starts college in the fall at a university where she will major in psychology. She’s come a long way since her elementary school days when she was a…
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 child with dyslexia.
A mom describes how Lindamood-Bell helped her son with dyslexia. He attended our learning center both online and in-person.