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The Arrowsmith Program - ALLS
A cognitive program for students with learning disabilities
Web: ALLSinc.com
Email: arrowsmithprogram@allsinc.com
Phone: (650) 631-9999 x133
Address: 1060 Twin Dolphin Dr., Redwood City, CA 94065

The Arrowsmith Program is founded on neuroscience research and over 30 years of experience demonstrating that it is possible for students to strengthen the weak cognitive capacities underlying their learning dysfunctions through a program of specific cognitive exercises. The Arrowsmith Program identifies, intervenes and strengthens the weak cognitive capacities that affect learning, thus enabling students to become effective, confident and self-directed learners for life.

Chartwell School
Education
Phone: (831) 394-3468
Address: 2511 Numa Watson Road, Seaside CA 93955

Founded in 1983, Chartwell is an independent co-ed day school for students aged 7 to 19 diagnosed with dyslexia or other related learning challenges.  Students in grades 2–8 acquire academic skills and build self-confidence as they are taught from a research-based curriculum which emphasises a multisensory phonemic approach to literacy.  The 4-week Summer School offers a CORE Academic Skills program in addition to Enrichment programs. The New High School Project is a college prep program.


Children's Learning Center
Non-public School
Web: www.clcalameda.com
Email: ecohen@clcalameda.com
Phone: (510) 864-3503
Address: 1910 Central Avenue , Alameda, CA 94501

The Phillips Academy (formerly CLC) is a small 6th-12th grade non-public school, serving students with special needs for over 40 years. Our highly qualified staff provides students with personalized academic instruction, social-emotional learning, vocational and transition services, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, assistive technology, and mental health services to address the needs of the whole child. Upon completion of our program, students enroll in community college, young adult vocational programs and/or enter the work force.
Eagle Hill School
Independent School
Web: www.ehs1.org
Email: gyoung@ehs1.org
Phone: (413) 477-6000
Address: P.O. Box 116, 242 Old Peterham Road, Hardwick, MA 01037

Eagle Hill School: An innovative approach to LD education in a classic New England boarding school environment where diverse learners achieve success.


Star Academy
Private school for students with LDs
Web: www.staracademy.org
Email: susan.mackay@staracademy.org
Phone:
(415) 456-8727
Address: 4470 Redwood Highway San Rafael, CA 94903

Star Academy offers a comprehensive academic and social skills program for students with learning differences in grades 1-12. Serving Marin, SF and the East Bay, Star supplements its academic curriculum and small class sizes with daily intensive one-on-one and small group support as needed from onsite specialists, including: speech and language therapy, OT, multi sensory programs for reading, writing and spelling, social skills groups, Making Math Real and much more. Visit staracademy.org to learn more


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