Students at Stowell
We serve all ages from children to adults with various learning and attention challenges. Learning disabilities and attention challenges never go away by themselves, and are not something you can grow out of.
Many people with learning disabilities learn to mask them with coping strategies which limit their ability to learn and fully function in society. We go beyond teaching how to accommodate, and deliver solutions that address the root of these challenges.
Why choose Stowell
Founder, Jill Stowell, shares what parents have been struggling with for years. Perhaps you can relate to the frustration of not knowing how to help your child, of spending so much time and energy looking for a solution that doesn't seem to exist.
Stowell Learning Center goes beyond a band-aid approach, and delivers real solutions that address the root cause of learning and attention challenges.
WhAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Over 35 years of changing lives
We have treated more than 10,000 students who went on to graduate high school, college and masters programs by permanently remediating their learning disabilities.
More than 580 professionals have trained with Stowell Learning Centers to learn our methods to treat even more children with learning disabilities.
The most comprehensive, researched-based system of learning therapies
We identify and address the root of the learning or attention challenge and deliver treatments that target the entire learning continuum.
We work with children and adults with various learning and attention challenges including:
- Auditory Processing Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Attention Deficit
- Executive Function
- Processing Skills
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Reading, Writing, Spelling, Math.
Individually-optimized learning therapies that are delivered one-to-one
Each student is given a treatment plan that is uniquely designed to their needs.
The student works with a team of clinicians who deliver the learning therapies in one-to-one sessions.
“My daughter was diagnosed by her pediatrician and special education testing as ADD but Stowell Learning Center diagnosed her as being dyslexic. When she finished the summer session at SLC, she was no longer reading at 1st grade level but instead was reading at 5th grade level.
By the time Raquel reached high school she was a 4.0 student and ranked 25th in her junior class of 652 students. She graduated in 2005 with 4.0. She is currently attending University of Nevada, Reno and will graduate in 2010 as Geological Engineer maintaining a 3.95 grade point average.
The techniques that were taught to my daughter as an 8 year old still remain as her success tools. She has never given up even if it was difficult. She is a very intelligent young woman and has astonished my husband and I. We are so lucky that we found Stowell Learning Center when she was a 3rd grader because without your techniques, I believe she wouldn’t have the confidence she has now.
P.S. I hope her story will continue to give hope to these special children who learned in a different way.”
Robert and Christine Minky
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