Fort Smith Public Schools special educators describe how Lindamood-Bell professional development has helped them make a difference for students.
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 his one-to-one sessions that were tailored to meet his instruction goals.
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.
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.
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 program…
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.
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.