A mom describes how Lindamood-Bell helped her son with dyslexia. He attended our learning center both online and in-person.
When remote learning started, 9-year-old Marcelo was already struggling. Despite the extra help and support of an IEP, he hadn’t been making progress in reading and was falling further and further behind his peers. The COVID-19 shutdown provided an unusual opportunity to address Marcelo’s dyslexia. He attended a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center for live, online instruction…
“It has made an insane difference!” A teen learns how to read and comprehend to her potential | Lindamood-Bell Learning Center
Cora describes her own incredible results with Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
“A Lightbulb Went Off!” A teen learns how to read and comprehend to her potential | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers
Karen describes her teen daughter’s incredible results with Visualizing and Verbalizing instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.
A Lindamood-Bell Academy student describes her own improved reading skills and new confidence. She and her mom give their perspectives on our individualized approach to school.
After years in Special Education, a family makes the switch to Lindamood-Bell Academy. Within weeks, they witness a “monumental difference” in their son’s reading ability and his attitude about school.
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 of two bright children with dyslexia describes her family’s learning journey, their experience at Lindamood-Bell, and the results of instruction. Her son, now in fourth grade, tells us what reading was like for him before and after instruction, and all the ways he is using his new skills.