Gretchen and Jeanine, the Founders of Fundamental Learning Center, had no other choice but to do the work themselves. Their kiddos were struggling and nobody could help them.
There were anxiety attacks, tummy-ache calls from the nurse, and a lot of frustration and saddess.
After years of back-and-forth, it was clear was the only option was to do it themselves. Jeanine spent six years spending three weeks in Dallas, three weeks in Wichita so she could get the best possible training for her son, Cooper.
She didn't want any other parent to feel the way she did for so long - all kids deserve to get the help they need. So, in 2000 Fundamental Learning Center was created and the impact began.
Carry a huge pumpkin bucket so people want to fill it. Dress like your dad. Do not go in a large group. Wear a creative homemade costume. Follow people who are not in costume. People do not like to give out candy to people not in costume, so you will look good in comparison. Thank you to Max, a visitor at Fundamental Learning Center today on Halloween, for sharing his super power of creativity with us. Happy Halloween!
This is the third part in a series of blog posts about this family's journey with dyslexia. Drowning. Submerged. Gasping for air. Suffocated. Swamped. Those are synonyms. There are prefixes and suffixes in all of that. I know what those are. My kid doesn’t. And, I have no idea what I am doing in teaching her these concepts. Why in the world did I ever think I could teach a kid who doesn’t learn the same way I do? Why would I take this on, on top of all the other stuff I hav
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of article Fundamental Learning Center will be posting to highlight the super powers of people with dyslexia. For information on people with dyslexia’s super powers, read here. Name: Zion Age: 14 Super Power: Building with Legos Zion, 14, can visualize his complex Lego creations in his mind before he begins to craft them. He plans to use this unique skill set to help others in his future career. Legos offer Zion a way to demonstrat