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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

Sunday Apr 03, 2022

Questions answered in this episode: My son procrastinates all the time, is it an executive function issue? Any artistic games/activities to help with visualization? What if the child doesn’t want to listen? More resources from this episode available at: https://stowellcenter.com/2022/04/02/ef-underlyingskills/ See the entire series here: Executive Function - Series 1

Sunday Apr 03, 2022

Questions that are answered by Sarah Ward: My 4th grader is showing issues with executive function. Is this typical at this age? How does bad self-regulation and bad executive functioning relate? How to encourage kids to stay motivated with boring activities? More resources from this episode available at: https://stowellcenter.com/2022/04/02/build-ef/ See the entire series here: Executive Function - Series 1

Sunday Apr 03, 2022

In this episode with Sarah Ward: How the Pandemic has impacted students' Executive Function Practical strategies for parents to help their kids build Executive Function Skills and situational awareness Fun and simple exercises to develop time management, organization, problem-solving, decision making, & social skills More resources from this episode available at: https://stowellcenter.com/2022/04/02/build-ef/See the entire series here: Executive Function - Series 1

Sunday Apr 03, 2022

Questions that are answered in this episode: I have provided my daughter with a planner, but she does not use it. How can I encourage her to use it? My daughter is a senior in high school, and she shuts down questions. What can I do? How do I find out what executive function issues my kids or myself are challenged with?   More resources from this episode available here: https://stowellcenter.com/2022/04/02/sustain-ef/See the entire series here: Executive Function - Series 1

Sunday May 08, 2022

What you'll learn in this episode: Why Autism and ADHD are often missed, especially in girls The impact of late or missed diagnoses Signs that your young adult may need some help 3 subtypes of ADHD More resources from this episode available here: https://stowellcenter.com/2022/05/05/autism-adhd-missed/ See the entire series here: Core Learning Skills - Series 1

Sunday May 08, 2022

These questions, and more, answered in the Bonus Q&A: What are some good questions to ask when you are getting an evaluation for ADHD or Autism? When is the best age to evaluate a child? I’m trying to tell the doctor about my daughter’s whole story, but the doctors are not listening. What do I need to say to the doctors and school to test her so she can try? Why is it so difficult to get a diagnosis? As a mom, I had to do my own research for all of my kids and that takes a long time since I’m not the expert. What to do if your daughter is incorrectly diagnosed?

Sunday May 08, 2022

What you'll learn in this episode: Makayla Caliendo talks about her experience growing up with ADD What helped create a significant shift in her ability to cope with ADD Tips about what she has done to help her to focus in school Advice for how parents and teachers can help their student with ADD. More resources from this episode available here:https://stowellcenter.com/2022/05/12/living-thriving-add/See the entire series here: Core Learning Skills - Series 1

Sunday May 08, 2022

What you'll learn in this episode: What it looks like when primitive reflexes are retained Reasons why reflexes don't integrate How retained reflexes impact learning How to integrate retained primitive reflexes with Core Learning Skills Training More resources from this episode available here:https://stowellcenter.com/2022/05/13/retained-reflexes-impact/See the entire series here: Core Learning Skills - Series 1

Sunday May 08, 2022

These questions, and more, answered in the Bonus Q&A: Are there things that parents of toddlers and young children should be doing to help integrate reflexes? What’s the timeframe for seeing results with QRI? When should these reflexes start to integrate? Is it too late for a 10 year old to get help with retained reflexes?

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