Lindamood-Bell® Learning Centers

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Our approach to learning is Global, Balanced and Interactive

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes has grown from one small Learning Center in San Luis Obispo, California, to over 50 Learning Centers across the United States, in London, England, and Sydney, Australia.

Many children and adults struggle with problems related to reading, spelling, and language comprehension. Factor in diagnoses like dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, auditory processing disorder, hyperlexia, and autism, and it can be difficult to know where to turn for the right educational assistance.

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teach children and adults to read, spell, and comprehend. Beyond traditional subject tutoring, we focus on the development of language processing skills, so everyone can learn to his or her potential. In order to be a proficient learner, in any subject, it is critical that an individual is able to efficiently process information, either by listening or reading. We focus on the development of processing skills. These skills are necessary for independence and self-correction.

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develops and strengthens the sensory-cognitive functions of phonemic awareness, symbol imagery, and concept imagery. A weakness in one of these functions can cause reading, spelling, and comprehension difficulties, and will interfere with a student’s ability to learn.

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offer one-to-one instruction. It is common to see years of learning gain in reading, comprehension, critical thinking, and spelling through just weeks of intensive instruction. Our consistency in instruction and the rapport we build with our students nurtures each student’s self-esteem and confidence.

The Right Evaluation

The Right Evaluation is the first step in teaching individuals to learn to their potential.

The Right Instruction

Our research-validated instruction addresses an individual's specific learning needs.

The Right Learning Environment

For many individuals, the appropriate intensive instruction, utilizing Lindamood-Bell programs, delivered by Lindamood-Bell staff, can close the gap between performance level and potential.

Getting Started

If you know of someone who has difficulty learning, we strongly encourage you to take the following steps:

  1. Contact your local Lindamood-Bell® Learning Center at 800-300-1818.
  2. Schedule a Learning Ability Evaluation or a free screening.
  3. Enroll for instruction.

Our instructional model is a living entity that we continually refine and improve based on current research data. All of our centers are owned, operated, and quality controlled by the authors and founders of the Lindamood-Bell programs, ensuring the highest level of program implementation and integrity. Attending a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center is the only way to ensure that you receive the instruction as the founders and authors of the Lindamood-Bell programs intended.

All Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers are 100% owned, operated, and quality controlled by the original founders of Lindamood-Bell. We do not franchise or license other providers, which allows the caring staff at our Learning Centers to deliver consistent, quality instructional methodologies as intended by the authors.

"We are so fortunate to have found Lindamood-Bell and your solution. The results have been life changing for our daughter. Thanks for the miracle!"
~ Melissa, a mother

"As we make our journey through life we are lucky enough to meet a handful of people who can truly make a difference in our lives. My son at age 12 has already met this handful. Thank you."
~ William, a father

"The workshop presenter was very knowledgeable about the field of Education and Special Education. I am very excited to implement this into my resource room. I can't wait to make a difference for someone."
~ Ellen, a Special Ed Teacher

Awards

We are excited to announce that our CEO, Nanci Bell, received the Distinguished Leader in Special Education Award at the Third New York Citywide Special Education Conference on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at Hunter College in New York City.
Congratulations, Nanci!