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- Developed by neuroscientists
- Proven by research, used by millions
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Mathew | Southern NSW
"Liam has had a leap in his expressive communication, his general behaviour and following instructions in class has improved. Just wanted to tell you of the positive improvements he is having already and it has only been 4 weeks."
Cathie | ACT
"Andrew was very excited today as he got 16 out of 20 in a comprehension test. He was 3rd or 4th highest in the class. In term one he only got 2 out of 20. He is so pleased with himself. We are of course really happy to see him get more confident in himself. I’m a very happy mum."
Attention Deficit Disorder
Laura | Melbourne
"Our daughter has shown improvement in so many ways including focus and attentiveness as well as academically. This in turn has improved her confidence and involvement."
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Designed by Neuroscientists
So parents can give children the world’s best options to accelerate their development, LearnFast offers programs that have been designed by brain scientists. These neuroscientists used the latest scientific understanding about how brains learn, and learn to read.
You can now give your children opportunities unimaginable just a few decades ago, thanks to research into how our brains learn. Brain research is the basis for the LearnFast tools that improve memory, attention, thinking speed, and reading skills.
Parents and children report outstanding results from LearnFast programs. Their experience is confirmed by more than 250 studies covering over 73,000 students using the programs. These studies show improved results for children ranging from learning disabled to gifted students.