Helping Learners with Dyslexia Become Proficient Readers
Dyslexia is now recognized as a primarily auditory disorder, with weaknesses appearing specifically in phonological processing. Many reading intervention programs help learners compensate for these difficulties by working around the issues. Fast ForWord takes a different approach — it aims to “rewire” the brain for reading, targeting the issue directly, and starting with the brain’s most foundational abilities. fMRI data from Stanford shows how Fast ForWord helps learners with dyslexia improve a range of language, cognitive, and reading skills.
Addressing Foundational Language Skills and Processing Rate for Learners with Dyslexia
- Exercises to improve phonological processing
- Individualized work to build phonemic awareness, phonics, and targeted decoding
- Sight word recognition, vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension
- Guided oral reading support to build fluency (great for even the most reluctant readers!)
See how Fast ForWord meets the specific requirements for Dyslexia Instructional Programs.
- Research: Dyslexia and the Brain: Research Shows that Reading Ability Can be Improved
- Research: Undoing Dyslexia via Video Games
- In the News: Understanding the Causes of Dyslexia for Effective Intervention
Want to Learn More About Fast ForWord?
If you’re interested in learning more about Fast ForWord and how it helps to reach students with dyslexia improve their reading and language skills, let us know! We’re happy to send you more information or schedule a personal demonstration.