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Who we Help

Now everyone can reach their learning potential...

Life-changing programs for theses learning challenges:

General Academic Weakness


Learning is challenging and frustrating when core skills are weak. Our programs develop and strengthen memory, attention, processing, and sequencing - the core cognitive skills essential for success in reading and learning.


Autism (BC Government funded)


Lack of concentration, poor communication skills and social challenges significantly impact learning success.  In January 2011 the Australian Government identified Fast ForWord as a first line of intervention for young children diagnosed with Autism.  


Auditory Processing Disorder


A condition where what the brain hears is not what was said.  The programs are scientifically proven to develop the auditory skills necessary for the brain to accurately process information.


Behaviour Problems


Frustration with learning often results in 'acting out' or turning inward. Confidence and self-esteem are powerful tangential benefits of the programs we administer.


Sensory Sensitivities/Disorders


Some children are more sensitive to their environment.  Hypersensitivity to light and sound is significantly reduced with auditory training with visual cues.




Asking a child who has attention challenges to "pay attention" is like yelling at a deaf person and expecting them to hear.  Focus and attention can be learned and are rapid and lasting results of our programs.




A general term used to describe difficulty in

learning to read - not associated with general intelligence.  Brain imaging and multiple longitudinal studies confirm improvement in reading ability in as little as  4-6 weeks using our programs.

Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Early Onset Alzheimer's


Brain training improves the lives of those afflicted with various forms of brain injuries.  

Homeschooled Children


Sometimes, despite a parent's best efforts, a homeschooled child needs more than a parent can give. If your child is having trouble learning there may be a very simple reason.




ESL children, teens and adults learn how to distinguish sounds specific to the English language, enabling them to learn more effectively and in a shorter time frame.


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