Fast ForWord for adults reviews
Kathleen, 38 years old | Tasmania Dyslexia | "It’s like a lightbulb switched on in my brain."
“A lot of people think you have a disability if you can’t read or spell properly, it’s just that everyone learns in a different way and once you find how you learn it becomes a lot easier.”
Tania, 34 years old | Queensland Aphasia | "It’s like a lightbulb switched on in my brain."
Thank you so much. In a relatively short space of time, the overall change in Tania is unbelievable. Fast ForWord has opened her up and we cannot believe her ongoing progress. After a lifetime of struggling and agonizing, dealing with her frustrations and low self esteem, my appreciation and joy is overwhelming.
Robyn, Adult, Tasmania | Auditory Processing Disorder
Hello, my name is Robyn, I am 44, I have a job, a career, I am married and have a child. I have a learning disorder, which I didn’t know about until 27 years after my last high school exam. Which I failed. In fact, I failed almost everything in school, and was told by teachers and parents that it was just because I was lazy and wasn’t working hard enough.
Leah, 35 years old, Western Australia | Auditory Processing difficulties | "Able to better hear people and participate in conversation."
After completing Sonic Learning’s literacy program, my processing has gone from ‘impossible’ to functional!
John, Adult, Western Australia | Stroke to left frontotemporal region | "I could see improvements in his speech immediately."
Two years ago my husband suffered an asymptomatic heart attack, followed by a stroke, damaging broca’s area. He was diagnosed with aphasia, dyspraxia and limitations in the lower right arm and leg.
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This free telephone consultation can help to answer any questions you have about our services. At Sonic Learning we are all experienced teachers and health professionals so parents tend to find it very beneficial to be able to discuss their concerns and receive guidance from our team.