Cognitive Skills: Fast ForWord® Language to Reading v2

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Fast ForWord Language to Reading matches sounds to letters. Some children are left behind in school because they don’t have the underlying cognitive skills to do this quickly and easily. This program emphasizes the link between spoken and written language to guide students to become good readers.

Resolve Underlying Brain-Based Problems

Fast ForWord Language to Reading develops critical brain processing efficiency in four key areas:

  • Builds memory through exercises that task both working and long-term memory.
  • Improves attention by developing the ability to focus on tasks and ignore distractions.
  • Develops auditory, visual, and linguistic processing of orally presented words, sentences, and stories for meaning and comprehension.
  • Develops sequencing skills through exercises that require the use of word order to comprehend complex statements, follow multi-step instructions, and form appropriate responses to a specified sequence of actions.

Free Downloads: Instructional Charts, Guides and Motivators

Please enter your email to unlock our free downloads for Fast ForWord Language to Reading. These handouts are for parents, school staff and volunteers. They will assist you in helping a student use the Fast ForWord Language to Reading program. Please invite your whole treatment team to visit this page to get the downloads.

The scope and sequence handout is particularly helpful for teachers because it gives them a list of the skills that the student is working on.

This is not the actual program.  To obtain a login and password for the program, you need a service package with Neuroplan Treatment Services. Please use our online registration form to get started.

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Online speech language therapy and literacy apps. Available across Canada. Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Autism, Auditory Processing, Acquired Brain Injury, Stuttering, English Comprehension and Grammar.

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