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Press on Eaton Arrowsmith Learning Centre:

Good Weekend article about Barbara Arrowsmith-Young and the Arrowsmith Program (Good Weekend, March 17, 20112)

EVENT – Book launch for Brain School by Howard Eaton (Vancouver Sun, January 18, 2011)

Vancouver Book Launch: ‘Brain School’ (Rick Chung, Vancouver culture blog, January 18, 2011)

Book Launch Party – Vancouver Educator Speaks on How the Brain Can Change for Children With Learning Disabilities (Vancouver Observer, January 17, 2011)

A School Where Kids with Learning Disabilities Rewire Their Brains (Press Release, November 29, 2010)

Eaton Arrowsmith Learning Centre Transitions Report (Graduates Report):

Radio Interviews about Eaton Arrowsmith Learning Centre:

Play the Interview with Howard Eaton at WBAI in New York with host Nathalie Thandiwe

Blog Talk Radio: Brain School: How do children with disabilities learn and how can we parents help them?

Listen to internet radio with The Family Coach on Blog Talk Radio

Blog Talk Radio: Howard Eaton: What is ADHD?

Listen to internet radio with The Family Coach on Blog Talk Radio

Listen to an interview with our Vancouver Admissions Director, Sandra Heusel, by Travis Allison, the Social Media Manager for Our Kids Go to School ( The interview (approximately 30 minutes) answers many questions for people interested in learning more about Eaton Arrowsmith Learning Centre and the Arrowsmith Program in general. Play the Interview with Vancouver Admissions Director, Sandra Heusel

Real Parenting: Play the Interview with Victoria School Principal, Jason Cruickshank

Video about Eaton Arrowsmith Learning Centre:

Media about The Arrowsmith Program:


CBC Documentary on The Nature of Things – “The Brain that Changes Itself”

Newspaper and Magazine Articles:

Reader’s Digest Article – “The Woman Who Fixed Her Own Brain” by Dr. Norman Doidge

Time Magazine – “How the Brain Rewires Itself”

Arrowsmith Program in Professionally Speaking Magazine:

National Post article – Norman Doidge: Re-evaluating the Basis of the Brain

Toronto Star – “Learning Alternative – One School’s Belief in a Fixable Brain”

The Arrowsmith Program – Give Your Child A Future By Rivi Edelman (Jewish Press April 25, 2007)

Arrowsmith approach is to correct learning disabilities By Trina Berlo (Wasaga Sun, April 09, 2008)

The Arrowsmith Program and Correcting Learning DysfunctionBy Shaindy Weiss (Internet Special Education Resources, Special Education & Learning Disabilities Resources: A Nationwide Directory, Fall 2007)

Arrowsmith School: Exercising the Brain By Lauren Gilchrist (My Kawartha, November 10, 2006)

Cat’s out of the bag with Arrowsmith School (Inside Toronto: Toronto Community News, April 15, 2008)

Arrowsmith Program attracts national attention (Our Kids Publications Ltd, November 11, 2008)

The Arrowsmith program gets results with ‘physical therapy for the brain’ By Nancy Sokoler Steiner (Jewish Journal, February 28, 2008)

Report on the Arrowsmith Program By Mark Carcasole (Newstalk 1010 CFRB Toronto)

Raising Cognitive Capacity By Leanne Miller (Professionally Speaking)

She Changes Lives By Dr. Norman Doidge (Jewish World Review, April 17, 2001)

Brain Building: The best way to overcome learning difficulties is to exercise the most weakened functions By Dr. Norman Doidge (Society for Quality Education, February 28, 2001)

Education the Arrowsmith Way/Local Program targets Learning Disabilities By Trina Berlo (Simcoe, January 24, 2007)

Special schools for special needs: Private schools offer intensive programs for children with learning disabilities By Laura Ramsay (Globe and Mail, September 22, 2008)

Review on: The Brain that Changes Itself By Rivi Edleman (Jewish Press, May 22, 2007)

Arrowsmith Program for Children with Learning Difficulties reaches Los Angeles and North Miami Beach By Debbi Delman (Jewish Press, February 11, 2008)

Arrowsmith Program for Learning Difficulties in its Second Year at Hebrew Academy of Long Beach By Overjoyed Parents (Jewish Press, December 20, 2006)

Getting a Handle on Dyslexia: A new understanding of its causes is helping to deliver effective treatments By Gabrielle Bauer (Reader’s Digest, December 2004)

Dumbed Down: The troubling science of how technology is rewiring kids’ brains By Lianne George (MacLean’s, November 7, 2008)

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