Most children who struggle with reading and comprehension have auditory processing delays that impact phonological awareness, the most critical of all reading skills.
The brain is plastic, meaning that cognitive skills will respond to exercise -- brain function, including phonological awareness, can be strengthened, often significantly, in 4-6 months.
It's a one-time program aiming to help your child avoid a lifetime of frustration.
K-12 children and adults work on Fast ForWord at home, supervised by a remote Gemm Learning professional. Students start with cognitive exercises that adapt to help your child's unique difficulties, followed by reading programs that build fluency and comprehension.
Using different cognitive, language and learning exercises, we have treatment plans to help dyslexia, central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), attention deficits (inattentive ADD), language delays, learning inefficiencies, Asperger syndrome and autism.
"All of a sudden things are clicking for him. There are no signs of dyslexia now. His reading has taken off and there's no more homework stress."
Marianne J., parent of 4th grader
"His grades are off the charts and he is attentive in class now. And he is off his ADD meds. No question this program changed my son's life."
Claire D., parent of 9th grader
"I have seen a big improvement in all aspects of learning. Her reading and comprehension gains have been awesome. It's like an awakening!"
Mandy O., parent of 1st grader
Watch a short video on how it works.
Fast ForWord software is based on 35+ years of cognitive, reading, and neuroscience research, developed by four of the world's leading neuroscientists.
Learn more about the results of our online reading programs.
Gemm Learning also offers Reading Assistant software, which provides reading help using speech-recognition technology to correct errors while students read aloud.
Fast ForWord, ranked most effective out of 24 reading programs in a two-year Nevada State study, has had extensive coverage and research scrutiny, as seen here.