When to Choose Gemm Learning
Is your child falling behind and you’re worried s/he might not catch up? Do you dread the homework battles each week? Is your child losing confidence little by little? Have you tried tutoring, but it’s not made much difference?
That’s when to consider Gemm Learning.
No amount of tutoring is going to help if your child is not processing efficiently. We start there, with processing and the related cognitive skills that more than likely are holding your child back.
Once those impediments to progress are removed, amazing changes are possible.
How It Works
Gemm Learning is a 6-9 month learning intervention adapted to the needs of your child. We create an individualized protocol, choosing a sequence of Fast ForWord software exercises that start by remediating cognitive skill gaps and then moving to reading specific skills.
Our goal is to break the cycle of learning frustration, to help your child become a confident and independent reader and learner.
Our students average 2+ years of reading gain in ~6 months, with continued growth after program completion.
96% of clients say they recommend us. Read what parents say here
Who We Help
Because our software reaches deep-seated cognitive delays, we help:
- Reading & comprehension delays – more here
- Dyslexia – how we help dyslexia
- Auditory processing disorder – how we help APD
- ADHD – how we help inattentiveness
- Autism & asperger’s – how we help
- Executive function – how we help
Gemm Learning programs have a computer game feel. The protocols are typically 3-5 days a week, 30 minutes/day. Our service includes a baseline assessment to start, regular coaching calls from our support team, weekly reports and incentives for your child.
The fastest way to deal with a problem… It’s always better to address a problem at its source, rather than work (tutor) around it year after year. It’s a one-time investment that could save thousands of dollars in future tutoring costs.
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“We noticed the difference in his confidence and his reading… on the first day back to school, the learning resource teacher emailed and said, ” Whatever we did over summer was amazing!”