Stowell Learning Center
Stowell Learning Center opened in 1984 to help children and adults with dyslexia, learning disabilities, and other learning and attention challenges. In the past 30 years, we have helped thousands of students with a variety of learning challenges to become successful learners.
Our goal for each student, regardless of age, is that he/she becomes as comfortable and independent as a learner as possible. In order to do this, we work closely with parents, communicate with schools, and are continually seeking to find and implement the most effective, research-based, efficient strategies and programs. Stowell Learning Centers work with a very comprehensive continuum of learning skills that allows us to create programming for each student that is very specific to his or her needs.
We work one-to-one with students in a positive, caring environment to provide proven, brain-based instruction that is targeted to their specific needs and learning style.
Founder and Author, Jill Stowell, holds California teaching credentials in elementary education and learning handicaps, an MS degree in Education, a California Resource Specialist Certificate, and Dyslexia Remediation Specialist Certification. She taught seven years in a public school in both regular and special education programs prior to opening the learning center.
Jill is the author of At Wits End A Parent’s Guide to Ending the Struggle Tears and Turmoil of Learning Disabilities. She has trained hundreds of public and private educators in specialized learning programs and provides consultation and clinical support to a worldwide network of learning centers working to eliminate learning challenges.
The Learning Center typically employs 30 – 35 full and part-time clinical staff between our two locations. All clinicians at Stowell Learning Center receive extensive and on-going training in the methods we use.