There’s a reason why Fast ForWord is called the pioneer of neuroscience-designed programs. Since 1997, it’s helped children and adults improve their reading, language and cognitive skills. Aimed towards treating challenges like ADHD, autism, dyslexia, auditory processing disorder and more, Fast ForWord is one of the best brain training programs out there, which is why I offer the program at Learn 2 Focus.
As a parent, I understand the desire to have the best for your child. It’s important to make sure that find the appropriate therapy and training program that’s backed by scientific research. That’s why I always encourage my parents to not just take my word for it, but to do their own research and look into other options if they have any doubts or concerns. I did the same, when my children were going through significant developmental disorders. After years of research and speaking with professionals, my conclusion is that Fast ForWord works when it is used properly.
This means following recommendations and instructions, completing each session and most of all, being persistent. Yes, it takes time, hard work and dedication, but using Fast ForWord properly is crucial to seeing positive results.
According to this Sonic Learning article: “One study (Gillam, et al. 2008) found Fast ForWord’s effect on language skills was as large as 50 hours with a speech pathologist – and follow up studies until up to 6 months showed improvement…74% of the children in [our] study who received Fast ForWord Language had follow-up scores that were significantly greater than their pre-test scores six months after treatment ended.”
If you’d like to learn more, you can check out this article here: http://soniclearning.com.au/does-fast-forword-work-understanding-the-research/
Other research conducted by the National Center on Response to Intervention, National Center on Intensive Intervention, and the US government (three independent commissioned research reviews) had nothing but good things to say about Fast ForWord. Using Fast ForWord showed a significant increase in reading skills and English language development, reading fluency and comprehension, and ultimately had a positive impact on struggling students.
Meanwhile, I am offering a limited-time discount on Fast ForWord and Reading Assistant: Parents can purchase Fast ForWord for $50 off, and get Reading Assistant for free. For the first four families who respond and sign up, I’ll include free post and post Word Identification and Spelling Test (WIST). Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.