TESTIMONIALS

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P.M. - ADULT LEARNER

An undiagnosed learning disability could negatively impact your self-confidence.  As an adult, the flavor of the problems I faced during my younger years changed; I was fearful of making mistakes and had less confidence in my competence. Though a diagnosis helped to understand the problems better, finding a solution was harder. Over the years, I have developed and reinforced many ineffective coping mechanisms as I navigated the challenges of schools, universities, and later jobs. I contacted numerous educational therapists who offered remedial reading classes as a solution. For me, finding Learning for All was a game-changer. Learning for All taught me the skill of learning using the techniques developed by world-renowned psychologist Reuven Feuerstein. During my mediated sessions with my educational therapist, I developed a process to break down complex tasks and learned to think about them systematically. The techniques mastered during each session were relevant in solving problems at my work, and for an entrance exam I was planning to take. Learning for All helped me gain confidence in what I do.

J.R. - TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SURVIVOR

I pursued therapy with LFA because I wanted to improve my mental ability after my car accident and head injury a year ago. I realized how much LFA could help me after meeting Rachel and her team. They showed me how I could test myself, improve my mind, and increase my capability. LFA also helped me get over the trauma from the accident and have helped me move on past it.

L.T. - GRANDFATHER OF ADULT LEARNER

Many thanks to you, David, and your crew. You are changing my grandson’s life!

C.R. - PARENT OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SURVIVOR

A lot of times when someone has been through a trauma, they don’t have a great support system around them. My son looked forward to his time with Drew every week. She was like a breath of fresh air for him because she was so kind and patient to understand his trauma and what he was going through, where other people wouldn’t give him the time of day. Because of that, she helped him to be motivated. And because of her, he wanted to be there and he wanted to work for her. Not only for his mind but because he appreciated her as somebody who cared for him. That was a big deal with his time at Learning For All.

C.R. - PARENT OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SURVIVOR

Drew is amazing and I couldn't be more grateful for whom my son got to work with. He grew as a person and he grew not only cognitively but emotionally.  For him, knowing that there was somebody there who cared for him and who was going to work through this with him because they sincerely cared about him and the outcome, was a big portion of his motivation to get better and to work with her and to do the challenges.

C.R. - PARENT OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SURVIVOR

My son suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2018 and has been recovering since. It's been a year and a half and we've seen all sorts of different stages in recovery regarding the brain injury. Therapy came at a time when my son went back to college and they really worked in conjunction with one another. I saw how hard he worked in his classes and how his mind could stretch further and could handle more information for longer periods of time. As therapy went along with school I saw the duration and ability to study and understand the information, and work through his own thoughts and his own emotions, and all of his own processing.