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Take a look at Fast ForWord

We’ll send a 4-minute walkthrough video and a link to our live demo.

Take a look at Fast ForWord

We'll send a 4-minute video, an interactive demo link and a way to schedule a 1-on-1 demo if you'd like.

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We will not sell, rent or give your information to anyone. For more info, check out our privacy policy.

We will not sell, rent or give your information to anyone, promise!

What’ You’ll Learn

How we target deep-seated issues

See how our exercises build processing speed, attention, working memory and phonological awareness.

How we improve reading

See the exercises that build reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.

Adaptivity to keep students engaged

See how the software uses a computer-game feel to encourage higher function, without frustrating.

Service info

See how Gemm Learning sets a baseline, monitors daily and plans for success.

“Blaise made first honors with a 95.6 average. He was nowhere with reading and struggling to follow instruction in class.

I remember our first conversation, hoping and praying for a miracle. We got it! Thank you!!!”

Barbara N.

Parent of 5th grader

“He is now attentive in [class]. He usually needed a personal invitation to listen. 🙂 I had to stop his reading curriculum because he could no longer comprehend anything he read. It was like he hit a wall. I can now give him anything on the fifth grade reading level and his comprehension is amazing!!! … He is thoroughly enjoying novels now and he can always answer the comprehension questions. The fact that he has the stamina for sitting and reading for hours is amazing! This is such a dramatic change!” 

Mellssa N.

Parent of inattentive 4th grader

“Just this week he has finished an over 200 page book (the second in a series) in two days. Before the program, he was reluctant to read short chapter books, and it took him a month or so to finish the first book in the same series.”

Jane P.

Parent of 3rd grader