What Are You Thankful For?

Allison Lam Development, General Information, Learning Challenge, Learning Disability

What Are You Thankful For?

Doesn’t this look like so much fun!  I love Fall and the idea of playing in Fall leaves, even though we don’t have much opportunity for it here in So Cal!

Posted on the door of every station in our Chino center is a paper that says, “I am Thankful for…”  It’s fun to see all of the things that students and staff are adding to those lists.  We do have a lot to be thankful for!

I am thankful for our incredibly dedicated parents – who never give up; who know there’s more for their child; who stay committed to the process, even though it’s sometimes tough.

I am thankful for our Ambassador Moms and Dads who spread the word about SLC and the changes that can occur to other families with struggling learners.

I am thankful for our amazing SLC team who are so committed to their students and dedicated to changing the future for students with learning and attention challenges.

I am truly thankful for the dedicated researchers who have shown us that most learning and attention challenges do not have to permanent and for the opportunity to bring this actuality to families everyday!

 

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We serve children and adults with diagnosed or undiagnosed learning and attention challenges including learning disabilities, dyslexia, ADHD, auditory processing disorders, and autism spectrum disorders.

 

Jill Stowell, M.S.

Author:  At Wit’s End A Parent’s Guide to Ending the Struggle Tears, and Turmoil of Learning Disabilities

Founder and Executive Director – Stowell Learning Centers