Give your child the best chance to succeed
Think Faster, Focus Better, Remember More
FIND OUT HOW
- Personalised Brain Training Programs
– Fast ForWord, Reading Assistant, Cogmed
- Web based, at home on your computer or ipad
- Instant feedback after every training session
- Developed by neuroscientists
- Proven by research, used by millions
Join over 2 million students in 42 Countries
Auditory Processing Disorder
Samantha | New Zealand
"Good improvement in concentration… reading prolifically and the teacher has noticed an overall improvement in the classroom… best money ever spent."
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."
Sue | Melbourne
“He read to me tonight and I told him what a pleasure it is to hear him reading aloud with confidence. Fast ForWord has been the help I have been searching for, for fourteen years now. This term, Tim is achieving over 80% in school tests! I recommend this program to everyone I talk to”.
Our programs accelerate learning and reading for everybody and are proven to help with:
Your child will be more open to learning and will maximise their potential with:
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.