It is with great passion and integrity that we continue our growth to Create the Magic of Learning for individuals all around the world.
Anaheim, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) January 27, 2011
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, an internationally recognized leader in literacy research and remediation, will host their 17th Annual International Conference at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® and Spa in Anaheim, California from March 10th through March 12th.
This year’s conference theme is the Sensory-Language Connection for Learning: Dyslexia ~ Hyperlexia ~ Autism.
Eminent researchers and practitioners will present at the conference, including Allan Paivio, Ph.D; Jane M. Healy, Ph.D; The Hon. Robert Pasternack, Ph.D; Linnea Ehri, Ph.D; Nancy J. Minshew, M.D.; Ricki Robinson, M.D.; and Nanci Bell, co-founder of Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes. The conference will also offer several Lindamood-Bell® Professional Development workshops, which incorporate the Seeing Stars®, LiPS®, Visualizing and Verbalizing®, On Cloud Nine® Math, and Talkies® programs, along with the LAC-3 Test & Symbol Imagery™ Test.
Lindamood-Bell will also be celebrating its 25th anniversary as an educational organization. Founded in 1986 by Nanci Bell and Patricia Lindamood, Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes has helped thousands of children and adults in clinical environments, school systems, professional sports, and Fortune 500 companies. Their critically acclaimed programs teach the underlying sensory-cognitive skills required to read, spell, comprehend and express language.
“This has been a remarkable journey,” says Nanci Bell, co-founder of Lindamood-Bell and author of its programs. “We are proud to say that we continue to have hundreds of school-based projects and currently operate 41 Lindamood-Bell® Learning Centers across the U.S. and two international locations in London, U.K. and Sydney, Australia. It is with great passion and integrity that we continue our growth to Create the Magic of Learning for children all around the world.”
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes has received national recognition from CNN, Newsweek, Time, US News and World Report and the neuroscience journal Neuron, and is featured in the PBS special The Secret Life of the Brain. Lindamood-Bell’s work is the featured subject matter of a five-year study on school district reform and closing the achievement gap, in the American Educational Research Journal (AERJ).
More information on Lindamood-Bell is available at (805) 541-3836 or online at http://www.lindamoodbell.com.
Contact: Steve Rossi
Title: Director of Marketing
Phone: (805) 541-3836
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