The Viewpoint segment features Lindamood-Bell, hosted by Dennis Quaid

Lindamood-Bell is featured in a new Viewpoint segment with Dennis Quaid.

MIAMI, October 7, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Hundreds of thousands of people are affected by learning difficulties. While the common perspective is that one can only compensate for these challenges, years of modern brain research have shown that this is not true. Conditions like dyslexia can be overcome. This is presented in a new segment of the educational program.

Lindamood-Bell helps children and adults learn to their potential by developing underlying sensory-cognitive functions to support learning. To be a competent learner in any subject, it is essential that an individual can process information effectively. Lindamood-Bell’s online and in-person validated teaching and research programs can provide solutions to reading, comprehension and math difficulties, including the learning challenges that accompany a diagnosis of dyslexia, hyperlexia , ADHD or autism.

About Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
Lindamood-Bell believes that all children and adults can learn to their potential. For over 30 years, their research-validated teaching has consistently changed the lives of people with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADHD and autism. In addition to their nearly 100 learning centers and seasonal learning clinics nationally and internationally, their efforts include research collaborations with MITUAB, WakeForestand Georgetown University. Lindamood-Bell has been recognized by the US Department of Education, Time, US News and World Report, Neuron, NeuroImage, CNN and PBS. Cognia accredits Lindamood-Bell and all of its learning centers. Visit http://www.lindamoodbell.com to learn more.

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