Reading help moves

April 24, 2018

Lindamood-Bell, which has pioneered programs to develop the sensory-cognitive processes that underlie reading and comprehension, has moved from 148 Pierce Street in downtown Birmingham to 31600 Telegraph Rd suite 110, Bingham Farms.. Nanci Bell, co-founder of Lindamood-Bell, said, “Our experience, our quality of instruction, our commitment to ongoing research and development, and our passion to constantly expand the implementation and success of our instructional programs are at the root of our success.” She noted that “We identify strengths and weaknesses that may be affecting school performance. Our instruction is based on an individual’s learning needs. Some students come to us with previous diagnoses such as dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders, or general learning challenges – and we make a difference for each of them.”

 

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