As students and educators, we all strive for academic success, but for some, the path to achieving it can be a little more challenging. For children, teenagers, and adults with learning difficulties such as dyslexia and auditory processing disorder, the road to academic success can be even more difficult. However, thanks to advances in neuroscience and technology, there are now effective ways to help these students improve their cognitive skills and achieve academic success.
At Gemm Learning, we provide online, home-based learning and reading software with remote educator guidance. Our program is called Fast ForWord, an evidence-based, adaptive neuroscience program that helps children, teenagers, and adults develop and strengthen the cognitive skills necessary to improve language, literacy, and other academic competencies.
As the Director of Education at Gemm Learning, Delphine (Deli) Marden knows firsthand the challenges that many students face when learning to read. As a child, Deli was diagnosed with dyslexia and auditory processing disorder, but with the right approach, she was able to improve her own academic skills. Deli has been with Gemm Learning for 13 years and has dedicated her career to helping other students achieve the same success.
Deli provides a unique perspective to our families, and her example is an inspiration to our students. She coaches her daughter’s youth soccer team and spends the rest of her free time outside with her family and pets. Deli’s dedication to helping others achieve academic success is evident in her work with Gemm Learning and her commitment to her community.
In conclusion, advances in neuroscience and technology have made it possible for students with learning difficulties to achieve academic success. At Gemm Learning, we provide a unique, evidence-based, adaptive program, Fast ForWord, that helps students develop and strengthen the cognitive skills necessary to improve language, literacy, and other academic competencies. With the guidance of experienced educators like Delphine Marden, students can overcome their learning difficulties and achieve academic success.