A mom describes what makes Lindamood-Bell live online instruction so different from typical virtual learning. Her young son was engaged in one-to-one sessions tailored to meet his instruction goals.
Keilah was a bright child who struggled to keep up with school work. Her undiagnosed dyslexia was slowing her down and by sixth grade, she hit a wall—the gap between academic text and her reading abilities was way too big. Keilah‘s mom talks about watching her daughter transform into a confident reader as a result…
A teen looks back on his early struggles with schoolwork. A diagnosis of dyslexia and ADHD led his family to get him the help he needed to catch up and thrive.
A mother with a family history of dyslexia describes her five-year-old’s experience with intensive intervention at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
By first grade, G. was struggling in reading and math and was diagnosed with dyslexia. After trying other methods, the family found a right fit at Lindamood-Bell. Her father describes how the programs, instructors, and learning environment set his daughter up for success. Wanting to extend her positive experience, they enrolled in a full school…
A Lindamood-Bell instructor describes her own daughter’s journey learning to read to her potential. She discusses the early signs of reading difficulty, the Learning Ability Evaluation process, and her daughter’s experience receiving intensive reading instruction at the Learning Center.
A bright student describes what it’s like to have dyslexia and all about his experience learning to read at Lindamood-Bell. His mother gives her perspective, too.
I was diagnosed Dyslexic at six. It took so long to come out because like many I was good at hiding it, either acting charming or angry depending on what would hide my secret that moment. I couldn’t read a two-letter word, I could count to three one minute and then couldn’t count past one…
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.
Lenore’s ten-year-old son went from hardly recognizing sight words to hiding in closets to sneak in more reading time.