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Fast ForWord FAQ # 14 - What are the Changes You Will See?

Posted by Peter Barnes on December 8, 2014 at 4:41 PM

Fast ForWord Program

What changes will you see in your child after they have done the Fast ForWord brain training and reading programs?

In an interview about the most frequently asked questions from parents,  LearnFast specialist, Heidi, gave the answer.

Watch the answer by a LearnFast Specialist.




Prefer to read the video transcript?  Her it is:

Interviewer:   What are the likely ways that you would see changes after using the program? Is it obvious? Is it in the way they talk? Is it the way they understand you? How does that work?

Heidi:   Again, that varies from child to child. It could be you'll notice they just engage in conversation more, or their reading has become more fluent. There may be behavioral changes as well. They may be able to more easily follow directions. They may be able to concentrate better. The teacher may notice changes in the classroom, too.


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