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Jenn Foster and Melanie Johnson speak with David and Jill Stowell about how to help Dyslexia and A.D.D. students become successful in school and life.
After 34 years of solving learning and attention challenges for over 10,000 students and their families, Jill and David Stowell can testify that bright but struggling students can become comfortable, independent, and successful in school and in life. They’ve also shown how private practice owners can provide these services in a way that fulfills them on a personal, professional, and financial level. This book shines a light on the issues, the failures of the current systems, and the real hope for what can be done. What Do YOU Believe? Do YOU believe that bright but struggling student can dramatically change or completely correct their learning and attention challenges (ADD, ADHD), including Dyslexia? OR Do YOU believe that students should only be taught accommodations, strategies for living with or getting around the challenges? If you believe that more can be done, that accommodations aren’t the answer, and you’re ready to truly transform the lives of students who have potential but can’t seem to reach it, this is the book for you. In these pages, you will find a meaningful, honest, and real road forward.
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“There are kids with all kinds of potential and for some reason there are underlying skills that are not supporting them well enough they’re not functioning and learning the way they should in school and it’s just kind of commonly believed well okay you just got to get around it” (4:00)
“what we want is for our students to be able to be flexible and broad enough in their learning so that they’re going to be able to function in any environment.” (7:55)
“Before they’re struggling in school they start to feel bad about themselves, there’s this underlying kind of anger going on and then all of a sudden when a success kicks in they become happier people, which makes the parents happier people.” (12:00)