Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

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25 days ago

Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Atlanta, GA

• Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual clients learning needs • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


7 days ago

Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Johns Creek, GA

• Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual clients learning needs • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


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    Only work here if you don't have problem with ripping parents off.

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    Former Employee - Office Manager
    Former Employee - Office Manager

    I worked at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I was an office manager and the salary was OK. I started out as hourly but they finally realized that everything we were expected to do could not be done in 8 hours and there was never, ever any overtime ever.

    Cons

    I got tired of charging desperate parents about $2,000 a week to help their child. Some parents went really into debt. In the meetings with the management (of which I was a part) everything was about sales, sales, sales. Parent pay about $100 an hour (usually for 20 hours a week for 4 to six weeks--you do the math) and the actually clinicians that work with the children make only about $12 per hour and have two weeks training.

    Summer is particularly bad because they hire so many college student, train them for two weeks and then have them working with students. They have weekly parent updates but they hand picked who is going to be seen working with that child when the parents come.

    Everyone that tests is recommended to have something. Some sort of help no matter how high they score. The School House program is a joke. The child sits in front of a computer and parents are paying through the nose for this. Homework Matters is a joke too. Four to five kids sitting around a table doing their homework with very little interaction with a clinician.

    Parents would do better to put their money elsewhere. Buy the programs and do it yourself.

    One of the company's core values is SHOW----that tells you a lot right there. Most employees (clinicians, center directors) are very young and few have a background in education or child development fields.

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    They trust no employees to make decisions about anything on their own. Everything is "by design," "well defined," and "clear to all." In other words, no room for creativity or initiative except to sign more students, make more money and earn bonuses, for center directors and office managers. I am sure the regional directors and under pressure to make more money as well.

    Oh and when profits start dipping, they cut your pay until more money comes in. The health insurance is crap too and you pay a lot for it.

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