Walking In Their Shoes

Jill Stowell General Information, Homework, IEP, Learning Disability, School

5 Things Parents and Teachers Should Know About Their Struggling Learner AND 5 Ways to Support Them We recently held a Simulation and Strategies Event at Stowell Learning Center, Chino.  The parents and teachers who attended got the opportunity to see what it might feel like to be a student in class with dyslexia, auditory processing disorder, or attention deficit. …

Learning Differences Don’t Really Make Me Different!

Jill Stowell Classroom, Development, General Information, IEP, Learning Disability, School

In Southern California, we are the very definition of a “melting pot.”  We have people of every color, culture, and religion from every part of the world.  I love that!  I think it makes us interesting. One of the things I’ve noticed, working with thousands of families who are dealing with learning and attention challenges, is that no matter what …

What Do I Say To My Child About His Learning Difference?

Jill Stowell Classroom, Development, General Information, IEP, Learning Disability, School

  A mom walked by with a baby who was wearing a soft helmet.  Being an unusual sight, I and most other people they passed glanced a little longer than typical at the baby. Why was a baby wearing a helmet like that? The question was quickly answered by the statement printed in large colorful letters on the helmet that …