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Lost in Translation: Losing Words Between the Brain and Hands

Think back to a time when you had to write an essay for school, but experienced crippling writer’s block. It might have lasted for a couple of hours or even days, but in the end, you probably hit that moment of inspiration when the ideas started flowing. Now, imagine reaching…  Read More »

Influencing Personality Change: The Broad Impact of the Arrowsmith Program

Posted on May 12, 2016

By Howard Eaton Knowledge about learning disabilities and the effects they had on an individual’s personality in the early 1960’s was much different than it is today. Few psychiatrists and psychologists were aware of dyslexia or reading disorders. Children were tested using standard IQ assessments and found to be of…  Read More »

Is The Arrowsmith Program Right For My Child?

Posted on May 9, 2016

By Howard Eaton  Several years ago I recall sitting at my office desk reviewing an assessment that our group of psychologists had conducted on a 12-year-old boy. This boy had a severe non-verbal learning disability, which impacted his written output abilities and ability to understand concepts and social cues. In…  Read More »

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May 22, 2020

A Response to the Pandemic: Arrowsmith Program Goes Online at Home Students with disabilities face obstacles taking virtual classes The Daily Orange, April 8, 2020 For students with disabilities, e-learning fails to replicate in-person attention and support The Daily Northwestern, April 21, 2020 Online classes pose real ‘learning curve’ for…  Read More »

April 9, 2020

Online/At Home Learning Opportunities Available at Eaton Arrowsmith Over the past few weeks learning at EA Vancouver, Redmond, White Rock and EA Adults has looked a little different! Due to the need for physical distancing, in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to keep our community safe, our students…  Read More »