The tears, the frustration, the endless homework difficulties. If you have a child who continually struggles with school work, whose attempts at endless homework nearly always end in tears, and whose report cards never reflect the intelligent, vibrant child within, you are very familiar with the heartbreak of day-to-day conventional school.
It’s possible that your child has a learning disability, which can feel scary and overwhelming. Whether it’s trouble with reading, handwriting, tying shoelaces, spatial awareness, or other challenges, they can add up to your child feeling socially isolated and struggling with self esteem. The good news is that there are schools out there designed to help children with learning disabilities.
Eaton Arrowsmith is a Vancouver school that people from all over the world bring their children to attend. The school was founded on the research and findings around neuroplasticity, which is the practice of cognitive exercises that strengthen specific neural pathways.
Have a look at some moving personal stories from students and their parents:
This post is sponsored by one of our community builders, Eaton Arrowsmith
Eaton Arrowsmith is a school that follows the Arrowsmith Program. Students rewire weaker brain areas instead of compensating for learning disabilities.