Lindner Learning Center: To the Stars Through Difficulties


Lindner Learning’s Karen Lindner Moriarty (left) struggled with dyslexia and A.D.H.D. throughout her childhood. She has turned her passion for helping others into a successful family-owned business in Fishers, Indiana, with her daughter Erin Lindner Uber (right).

Lindner Learning Center has served the community for over 20 years as a 1-to-1 ratio learning center and school for non-traditional learners. The students at the learning center span from elementary school age to adults in need of study skills, academic support, and specific strategic intervention for dyslexia, A.D.D., NVLD, comprehension weaknesses, Asperger’s syndrome, and other learning differences.

What makes Lindner Learning Center methods successful?

Assistant Director, Erin Lindner Uber, explains the formula: “We are fueled by the longevity of superbly trained, degreed teachers carefully chosen for their experience and expertise in learning interventions. I feel that we have the best teaching team in the county. In addition, we select only proven methodologies for our instruction. We understand the importance of each student’s time and each family’s investment. For this reason, we have multiple levels of cross-checking for each tutorial session and willingly collaborate with the student’s home, school, mental health advisor, or physician to ensure the best outcome possible.”

Additionally, Lindner Learning Center offers the Hands on External Learning Program (H.E.L.P), a highly individualized school program designed to serve various school needs of adolescent learners.

We have students who thrive at LLC for their entire junior high or high school programming, but we also have students enrolled in one or two accredited classes for course recovery, public school enrichment, or simply individualized instruction in a difficult course.”

How is Lindner Learning Center different from other learning companies in the Indianapolis area?

Executive Director and owner, Karen Lindner Moriarity, explains: “We are a locally owned and operated company, and we share a life and community with the students we serve. We have a highly individualized, methodologically sound program to offer. Our experience has shown us that each student is perfect in their essence and brings with them a unique set of issues. We know that there is no such thing as a miracle fix for our students. It is a step-by-step process through meticulously planned, executed, and documented sessions that result in an excellent intervention.”

How do families seek out services at Lindner Learning Center?

“Lindner Learning Center is predominately a referral-based business by the psychological, medical, and educational community. Many of our students bring with them expensive and extensive testing, said Lindner Moriarity. At Lindner Learning Center, we are able to review a student’s evaluation, develop a custom intervention for each student, implement it, and then send our student back to our referral source for post evaluation.”

Karen continues to survive, accept, and thrive as she lives her own life as an adult dyslexic with A.D.D. She reflects, “In the beginning, before our company had a name or was, for that matter, a company, I tutored two students out of my laundry room. I know the heartache that formal education can hold for a student like me.

This is the reason for Lindner Learning Center’s strong mission statement to better the lives of every individual that enters the center. We understand that families are entrusting us with developing the potential of their student and we are honored to be invited to be part of that child’s success.”

Lindner Learning Center
10305 Allisonville Road
Fishers, IN 46038
317-842-8628
www.LindnerLearning.com

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This article was written by Tom Britt

Publisher and founder of the "Geist Community Newsletter" and atGeist.com

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