New South Wales
Term has begun, which means your child may be entering a new school year with new demands. Sometimes those new pressures can leave your child feeling overwhelmed- but there’s something you can do.
When a child is struggling with schoolwork, parents suffer, too. It’s heartbreaking to witness a youngster routinely fail spelling tests, misunderstand classroom discussions, or experience anxiety with word problems.
But you don’t have to feel like your child is the only one- the staff at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes has heard similar stories from countless worried parents around the globe. And for more than 30 years, the company’s dedicated personnel have helped students overcome their challenges.
Lindamood-Bell believes that people of all ages and abilities can be taught to read and comprehend to their full potential.
Many students who have undergone Lindamood-Bell instruction have transformed their aversion to academics into a love of learning. This testimonial from an Australian parent illustrates the impact that Lindamood-Bell instruction can make on a child’s life:
“My son Steve, who studied with you for 6 weeks when he was 7, is now 22. He has graduated last year from the University of NSW with 1st Class Honours and the Dean’s Award for academic excellence. To say I am thankful to you is an understatement of the broadest proportions!”
Lindamood-Bell’s research-validated techniques can also help people with a range of learning challenges, including dyslexia, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and auditory processing disorder.
Established in San Luis Obispo, California in 1986, Lindamood-Bell now operates 64 learning centers in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. According to co-founder Nanci Bell, “We remain committed to making a difference in the lives of the children and adults we are fortunate enough to serve.”
This post is brought to you by Lindamood-Bell, providing instruction that can change learning, for life. Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes has two NSW learning centres, in Chatswood (phone: 02 9410 1006) and Double Bay (phone: 02 9328 7119), or email [email protected] or [email protected]