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Dads make decisions too

Posted on June 12, 2018

We recently conducted a survey with Eaton Arrowsmith parents and discovered that 65 per cent of the time the decision to send a child to EA is made by both parents. Mothers are typically thought to be the decision-makers when it comes to their children. In fact, 84 per cent…  Read More »

Join Us for Our Community Resource Fair

Please join us on Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 (6:00pm-8:00pm) at Eaton Arrowsmith Vancouver/Magnussen School/Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre for our annual Community Resource Fair. This event will give you – our wonderful families and other community members – access to practitioners in our area who, like Eaton Arrowsmith, provide support to…  Read More »

EA White Rock Shows Benefits of Exercise on Breakfast Television

Students and staff at Eaton Arrowsmith White Rock showed the Lower Mainland how exercise can boost concentration, reduce anxiety and improve cognitive development on Breakfast Television. This winter, the school added fitness breaks to students’ days to reduce stress in the classroom and help kids strengthen their brains. Research suggests…  Read More »

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…  Read More »

Part-Time Brain Strengthening Program Helps Students Thrive In Class and Life

Alpha found out he processed information slower than other children when he was in second grade. “He struggled with math and logical reasoning in social situations,” said his mother, Constance Wun. In Alpha’s words, it was like information was going in one ear and out the other. “Everything was so…  Read More »

EA White Rock to Host Barbara Arrowsmith-Young

Join us for an educational evening with the founder of the Arrowsmith Program.

Back to School Anxiety: Normal Jitters to Total Terror

Everyone remembers what it’s like to go back to school after a carefree summer holiday. You worry about what your teacher will be like, who will be in your class, and the homework and assignments that lie ahead. It’s a stressful time of year because there are so many “unknowns”….  Read More »

School is starting soon. Are you worried?

Kids across the country will head back to school in just over a month. For some parents, it’s the best time of year, but for others it brings on feelings of dread and anxiety about what lies ahead.   Parents who have children with learning difficulties, in particular, are often…  Read More »

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 »

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 »

Tax Time Advice

It’s that time of year again when people start filing their taxes. And, if you’re an Eaton Arrowsmith parent, you might be wondering about tax opportunities related to your child’s tuition. So we’ve asked Mike Campagne, of Disability Tax Services Ltd., to give you some information on claiming your child’s…  Read More »

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News & Events
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 »