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Fast ForWord FAQ # 8 - Is it Suitable for My Child?

Posted by Peter Barnes on November 20, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Fast ForWord ProgramHow do I know that Fast ForWord is suitable for my child?

This is a question parents ask when they are considering the program for their child. Every child is unique and has their own individual combination of strengths and challenges, which means that their brains are subtly different from the brains of all other children.  

So can Fast ForWord build the learning capacity and reading ability of their unique brain?

In an interview about this and other frequently asked questions from parents,  LearnFast specialist, Heidi, explains:

Heidi:   I'd need to ask you a few more questions. Firstly, the age of your child is important. We have modules for younger children and older children. And, any specific concerns you have. That will help us to determine which is the best module for them to start on.

Interviewer:   What about the context? Does it matter where my child goes to school or anything like that? Is that important?

Heidi:    No, no. We have the program available online. So, it doesn't matter where you're located, you can work on the exercises, which makes it flexible. We can monitor your data so it's really quick and easy to use.

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