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.
Teagan’s mom describes their family’s learning journey. Teagan, a bright, energetic student learned how to avoid reading at all costs. At Lindamood-Bell Academy, she is finally getting the intervention she needs while she progresses through curriculum.
A mom shares the story of her dyslexic son learning how to read, including the bumps along the way—from “hating school and anything to do with learning” to eventually reading Green Eggs and Ham all by himself.
Parents recall how reading issues put a damper on their vibrant child’s passion for learning and love of science. Getting her the right help made all the difference for getting her back on track.
When Abigail started Kindergarten, she struggled learning to read. She had always attacked challenges with determination, but she was not progressing along with her peers. The school and district staff were not concerned, but her parents were. Part way through first grade, they brought her to the Lindamood-Bell Learning Center. The Learning Ability Evaluation confirmed…
Sydney was a bright student who struggled with reading. Even in sixth grade, she sounded out short common words laboriously. After years of making slow progress with Sydney, Special Educator Sonya Bledsoe tried something new … and changed Sydney’s life forever! Sonya tells us their story.
Ben went from being the person who “everyone laughs at whenever I had to read aloud” to gaining confidence. Listening to him talk about his school struggles and triumphs, it becomes clear what a motivated student he has always been. Improving his ability to read and comprehend to his potential has cleared the way for…
A Learning Support teacher in New South Wales describes how Lindamood-Bell instruction not only helps students improve and strengthen their reading skills but also gives them the confidence to thrive.
Lee and Michelle knew their kids needed reading help and didn’t want to see “just a little bit of gain.” They explain why they chose daily, intensive intervention and fill us in on the results! Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers offer intensive instruction because of the cognitive benefit. Constant, explicit daily stimulation is important in order to…
A literature teacher could inspire 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.