Computers for Everyone 3723 Haven Ave # 200, Menlo Park, CA94025-1011 Computers for Everyone is dedicated to providing computer literacy and access to underserved communities in East Palo…More Alto and East Menlo Park. It offers classes in computer usage, technician-level computer training, onsite tech services and refurbished computers. The organization was founded by Court Skinner.
Project Read - Menlo Park 800 Alma St, Menlo Park, CA94025 Project Read-Menlo Park is a literacy program for adults. Tutors and volunteers help adults learn basic reading and…More writing skills. This organization offers free tutoring training for volunteers. Reading and writing lessons are confidential. This program also offers English-as-a-second-language courses.
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes is a learning center dedicated to the improvement of literacy among children and…More adults. Its critically acclaimed programs are geared toward making students independent and self-correcting in reading, spelling, critical thinking and language expression. Each student receives an individualized instructional plan after taking a diagnostic test, which measures oral vocabulary, phonemic awareness, word recognition, math and other cognitive abilities.
Many students at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes have had a prior diagnosis or label in dyslexia, autism, PDD (Pervasive Development Disorder), Fragile X Syndrome, Dyspraxia, Sensory Integration Dysfunction or strokes.
Nanci Bell, M.A. and Patricia C. Lindamood, M.S., CCC-SLP, co-founders of Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, are educators who have each made advances in the fields of language and behavioral psychology, respectively. Their highly trained staff of varied backgrounds undergo extensive screenings that include both academic and aptitude components.