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Permanently Solving Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, and Attention Challenges YES! There are real and permanent solutions for bright but struggling students. For 37+ years, Stowell Learning Centers have been helping parents and students transform their lives by delivering permanent solutions to bright students who struggle in school because of Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Attention Challenges, Auditory Processing, Executive Function, memory, and more. The result is that kids don’t have to go through school or life using accommodations. Instead, they can easily compete on an ”even playing field” with peers because the difficulties caused by learning challenges no longer affect their performance. Parents get to see a more peaceful home life because students can do homework successfully on their own. Parents no longer have to worry that they haven’t done enough or be baffled as to what they should do to help. What makes it all work? That’s what we cover in the podcast.

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Episodes

Friday Jan 28, 2022

What is stealth dyslexia? Dyslexia can overlap with several other learning challenges. How can the child be diagnosed properly?  

Friday Jan 28, 2022

Dr. Dan, Jill Stowell, and Lauren Ma answer questions about Dyslexia

Friday Jan 28, 2022

Jill Stowell and Lauren Ma dive deeper into the approach and methodology they use at Stowell Learning Centers in identifying and treating specific types of dyslexia. You will learn about the processing and core learning skills that need targeted treatment, and how to support your dyslexic thinker with therapies that are more effective than tutoring.

Friday Jan 28, 2022

Is it ever too late to correct dyslexia? What accommodations can be made for students with dyslexia? Can dyslexia affect spelling? And many more questions answered in the Bonus Q&A with Jill Stowell and Lauren Ma.

Friday Jan 28, 2022

In this week’s episode, we feature two students from Stowell Learning Center who now claim that dyslexia is their super power. Dyslexic thinkers have such a gift for 3D spatial awareness which makes them very good at creating structures like with Legos, but it’s this same gift that can make it difficult for them to read words on a flat plane. Listen to the stories from families about what it was like doing targeted learning therapies at Stowell and how they overcame the challenges of dyslexia.

Friday Jan 28, 2022

What does it feel like to have dyslexia? Are slow processing skills a sign of dyslexia? At what point do most families see changes in their training? And many more questions answered in the Bonus Q&A with Jill Stowell.

Friday Jan 28, 2022

This week’s podcast guest, Dean Bragonier, talks to us about unlocking the amazing potential of dyslexics when they’re empowered at an early age to play to their strengths. His non-profit, NoticeAbility, seeks to help dyslexics build confidence and own the dyslexic label with pride.

Friday Jan 28, 2022

Is there an age limit to when a child should be tested? My dyslexic daughter is very empathetic, and the teachers are saying she’s very sensitive and recommending she get evaluated for therapy. Any advice? Any post high school recommendations that cater to a dyslexic thinking style? And many more questions answered in the Bonus Q&A with Dean Bragonier and Jill Stowell.

Sunday Feb 27, 2022

What you'll learn in this episode: Common symptoms of APD Our approach to remediating the challenges of APD The science of sound and how music can be used therapeutically   More resources available here: https://stowellcenter.com/2022/02/27/apd-hidden-disability/ See the entire series here: Auditory Processing Disorders - Series 1

Sunday Feb 27, 2022

These questions and more: Could an auditory processing disorder be misdiagnosed as depression? How can I get the school to recognize this as a disorder? My child is in high school, and is exhausted after a lecture- does he have Auditory Processing Disorder? My daughter is 15, and her speech is unclear though she has good hearing. Is that a sign of Auditory Processing Disorder?  

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