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    The Basics

    The Learning Skills Continuum Ladder  was developed at Stowell Learning Centers by Jill Stowell. 

    It ensures that we can identify and treat the underlying skills that are at the root of learning and attention challenges.

    Learn more about how we use the Learning Skills Continuum and why it sets us apart: The Difference.

    These functional indicators of a learning disability are based on Stowell Learning Center’s extensive experience with the evaluation and treatment for children and adults with diagnosed and undiagnosed learning disabilities.


    Classroom accommodations and modifications as a temporary support for your dyslexic learner.

    A list of the most common functional characteristics of dyslexia based on Stowell Learning Centers' extensive experience with evaluation and treatment for children and adults with dyslexia.

    Executive Function

    All of our favorite Executive Function tools and strategies compiled into one handy cheat sheet.

    Learn about the four Executive Function profiles, their characteristics and specific strategies to help your child based on his/her profile.


    Strategies to help you and your child navigate homework with more ease. Tips for getting started, and setting clear expectations on what needs to be done, and when homework is finished.

    Retained reflexes

    An overview of 17 primary reflexes and their impact on learning and attention when not fully integrated.

    Ready to take the next step?

    Speak with a Learning Specialist to get even more information about how to permanently correct or eliminate the challenges associated with learning disabilities.