A parent describes how Lindamood-Bell addressed the unique learning needs of her three children. A scientist herself, she explains why quantifiable results were important to her, and how her kids’ reading skills and confidence have soared.
Abigail tells her son’s personal learning journey. She describes his big personality and how language delays have affected him at home and school. Lindamood-Bell Learning Center instruction has been key to unlocking his learning potential.
Vanessa and Angel talk about how challenging it was for their son to keep up in a large, accelerated kindergarten classroom. When extra tutoring and reading time at home was not helping, they turned to Lindamood-Bell to get their young son’s reading on track.
A Lindamood-Bell parent shares her first-hand experience with our Online Learning Ability Evaluation and Online Instruction. From the technology and materials sent to the family’s home, to the interaction with her child’s instructors, learn what it’s really like to experience Lindamood-Bell online instruction! Lindamood-Bell has pioneered programs to develop the imagery-language foundation that underlies reading,…
Over the past three years, more than 150 teachers from across Jamaica have received Lindamood-Bell professional development and coaching to increase literacy for struggling readers and students with learning disabilities. The initiative is endorsed by the Ministry of Education and Youth and Information, and is in collaboration with the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education…
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 son who was diagnosed with dyslexia learning how to read. She describes 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…