Learning Center in Pasadena Now Offers Solutions To Learning Disabilities

Stowell Learning Center, a business specializing in helping children overcome learning challenges, announces its exciting return to in-person, one-on-one therapeutic treatment, which is ideal for parents who have tried everything and are looking for a completely different approach to learning difficulties.

Stowell Learning Center, a business specializing in helping children overcome learning challenges, announces its exciting return to in-person, one-on-one therapeutic treatment, which is ideal for parents who have tried everything and are looking for a completely different approach to learning difficulties.


Unlike school tutoring and other outdated tutelage methods, Stowell Learning Center uses proprietary brain training to target the weak underlying learning skills of struggling students. To develop these elemental skills and help each child in a precise and specialized way, clinicians create personalized, therapeutic, one-on-one treatment plans that specifically target the difficulties of each student.


This unique combination of brain training techniques was developed by Jill Stowell, a former public school teacher who didn’t agree with the common belief that her bright, funny, creative but challenged students were going to spend their lives trying to find ways around their learning disabilities. Jill left her job to go study with experts around the world who were doing brain research and looking at all different aspects of learning.


She discovered that most learning and attention challenges can be dramatically improved or completely corrected with proprietary brain training. Those findings inspired her to open the Stowell Learning Center and change the lives of more than 10,000 students and their families over the past 30+ years.


In fact, parents now rave about the results of Stowell Learning Center. Christine M, an overjoyed parent shared: “My daughter was diagnosed by her pediatrician and special education testing as ADHD, but Stowell Learning Center diagnosed her as being dyslexic. When she finished the summer session at SLC, she was no longer reading at a 1st grade level but instead was reading at a 5th grade level!”


Stowell Learning Center not only treats students like the one mentioned above suffering from dyslexia, but also a wide range of learning challenges, including: ADHD, auditory processing disorders, underdeveloped executive function, weak processing skills and problems with reading, writing, spelling, and math.


Call (626) 808-4441 today to speak with Irene Lee, and see how Stowell Learning Center can implement a personalized therapeutic treatment plan to support any child’s unique needs.


For more information, please visit: https://stowellcenter.com

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