November 16, 2012
After several year of searching and struggling to find the cause of my son's extreme difficulties in school, we finally were given the diagnosis of severe dyslexia and dysgraphia. With that diagnosis came the recommendation to go to the Fundamental Learning Center (FLC). Our decision to go there was one of the best decisions we ever made. From the beginning, they have been a steady rock in the turbulent seas of helping a child with a learning difference. When, as a mother full of fears and questions for her child, I first called them, they were compassionate and helpful, taking the time to talk with me and answer my questions. When I decided to take the Literacy Intervention Specialist Training that the Center offers so I could work with my son, I received top-rate training. Even now, as I work full-time helping learning different children, I continue to receive encouragement and support from the FLC. I know that I can take any question that I have about my teaching to them and I will receive the help that I need. My son is now in 5th grade and is reading at grade level. I credit his success to the Fundamental Learning Center. They gave me the encouragement and skills I needed to help him.
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