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Fast ForWord FAQ # 3 - When Can You Expect Results?

Posted by Peter Barnes on September 2, 2014 at 9:00 PM

Fast ForWord programParents and teachers often ask how quickly will the results from the Fast ForWord programs be seen. 

Watch Heidi, a LearnFast specialist, answer this question.

 Prefer to read the video transcript? Here it is. 

Interviewer:  You mentioned the idea of routine and getting used to the whole program. Is it possible to start seeing results as we go through, or is it something that you only see at the end?

Heidi:  No. That varies from child to child. Every child's very different and has different needs. They all start at a different level and work at a different pace. You know, we've had feedback from parents that see changes within a few weeks. They may only be subtle, but they notice changes. For others it can be quite dramatic, almost life changing. Sometimes you may not see the benefits for a few months or even six months down the track.

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