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Registration Open: Summer Cognitive Intensive Program 2018

Are you tired of coping with a learning disability?

Do education and work goals seem out of reach?

Do you feel like you have what it takes to succeed?

 

Stop struggling and take your future into your hands this summer at Eaton Arrowsmith.

Children and adults with learning disabilities can

  • understand concepts
  • study and do well on tests
  • problem-solve
  • participate in group conversations
  • follow instructions in class and at work
  • complete projects faster
  • and understand jokes and sarcasm

 

THEY JUST NEED THE KEYS TO UNLOCK THEIR BRAINS.

 

The Arrowsmith Summer Cognitive Intensive Program at Eaton Arrowsmith is for children (over the age of 10) and adults who want to be confident learners for life.

In this six-week program, students strengthen the parts of their brains responsible for logical, cause and effect reasoning and increase their speed of processing (understanding) information.

 

GIVE YOUR BRAIN THE BOOST IT NEEDS TO REACH YOUR POTENTIAL THIS SUMMER.

 

Want to enroll?

 

An assessment of fit is the first step.

Contact our admissions expert for more information at

admissions@eatonarrowsmith.com or 604-264-8327.

 

 

“There is an amazing difference in Tallulah since her Eaton Arrowsmith experience. Teachers who work with her, family and friends, have all noted her improved levels of confidence and concentration. She recently sang in a school production in front of 300 people! She also received a high grade for a research project, which has never happened before!

– Raquel Smith, EA parent

Do you think Eaton Arrowsmith is right for your child?
Learn about our admission process
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