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Engaging the mind: Summer learning tips for Eaton Arrowsmith students

Your kids have worked hard all year, so you want to give them a break over the summer holidays. But you’ve also seen their cognitive abilities improve and worry that two months off might stop or even reverse the strides they’ve made. However, according to Luciana Holmes – Eaton Arrowsmith’s…  Read More »

Start Fresh This September

Posted on June 24, 2016

Less Than 10 Spaces Remaining At Eaton Arrowsmith’s Schools The end of the school year is usually a time for celebration.  For many families, however, it is just another reminder that learning struggles continue year after year, often eroding self esteem along the way. What if there was a way…  Read More »

A Difficult Parental Decision: The Arrowsmith Program or Not

Posted on June 17, 2016

Starting Eaton Arrowsmith I was flying 35,000 feet over the province of British Columbia and could see the stunning Rocky Mountains below as I glanced down at my notebook. It was December 2004 and I was returning home after five days of visiting the Arrowsmith School in Toronto. But now…  Read More »

Update on Preliminary Data: UBC Arrowsmith Program Brain Research Study – Dr. Lara Boyd

Posted on June 3, 2016

Monday June 13th 6:30-7:30pm Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, Jack Poole Hall Eaton Arrowsmith and the Arrowsmith Program look forward to hosting Dr. Lara Boyd, University of British Columbia professor, neuroscientist, physical therapist, and head of the UBC Arrowsmith Brain Research Study as she discusses preliminary results of this study…  Read More »

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October 16, 2018

Join Howard Eaton for a evening of interesting insight and conversations and learn how you can improve your large scale brain network connectivity! Read more and register here.

October 9, 2018

Research has identified that there is a neurobiological basis for learning difficulties. Neuroscientists around the world have been studying the brain networks responsible for various behaviours such as reasoning, attention and memory and language processing. In education, the approach to learning disabilities has been to find ways for the brain…  Read More »