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The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: A Journey Into Shaping the Brain

Eaton Arrowsmith Academy and Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre Redmond

Tuesday, 4 November 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)

The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: A Journey Into...

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Eaton Arrowsmith Academy and Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre Redmond are pleased to present:

The Woman Who Changed Her Brain 
A Journey into Shaping the Brain


In this presentation, Barbara Arrowsmith Young, founder of the Arrowsmith Program and author of the best selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain,  will talk about her journey of discovery, the lines of research she combined and the outcomes achieved over her 35 years as an educator and researcher. She will describe a number of learning disorders, from those that impact the learner in school to those that affect us in life. 

Book signing and purchase of The Woman Who Changed Her Brain will be available.

Donations to the first ever Arrowsmith Program Brain Imaging Study that is currently taking place with students from Eaton Arrowsmith Academy Redmond and Eaton Arrowsmith School in Vancouver, BC, in conjunction with the University of British Columbia, will gratefully be accepted online and at the door.  For more information on this study, click HERE.



Have questions about The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: A Journey Into Shaping the Brain? Contact Eaton Arrowsmith Academy and Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre Redmond

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Redmond Marriott Town Centre
7401 164th Ave NE
Redmond, Washington 98052

Tuesday, 4 November 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)


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Eaton Arrowsmith Academy and Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre Redmond

Eaton Arrowsmith Academy and Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre Redmond are part of the Eaton Educational Group.  Both use the Arrowsmith Program in order to help children (EAA) and adults (ECIC) with learning difficulties strengthen their cognitive capacities as opposed to accommodating for learning weaknesses.

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