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Fast ForWord FAQ # 13 - How Do I Get Started?

Posted by Peter Barnes on December 4, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Fast ForWord Program
Parents choose to have their children do the Fast ForWord brain training and reading development programs for various reasons.

They may have been recommended by Speech Pathologists, Paediatricians or Audiologists if the child has learning difficulties or reading challenges including dyslexia or auditory processing disorder. Or they simply want their children to do an accelerated learning program to improve their learning capacity.

So how do you get your child started on Fast ForWord at home?

Watch the answer by LearnFast specialist, Heidi.



Prefer to read the video transcript?  Here it is.

Interviewer:   Is it hard to get started? How do I pay? How does all that work?

Heidi:    Payment can be made by credit card over the phone or via the online shop. You can also direct deposit. Once payment is received we email you with all the information you need to get started including your log in and your user name and password. We also suggest you have a play in the demo mode before you start on the exercises, just so your child's familiar with the various exercises. Then, you're ready to go. You can start the same day if you want to.

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