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The Fast ForWord family of products provides learners with computer-delivered exercises that build the cognitive skills required to read and learn effectively.

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Poor Reading

For some people learning to read English can be an exhausting, frustrating and embarrassing experience. Self-confidence and esteem suffer as they fail to meet their potential. We help users overcome these issues.

Neuron English

Help Your Students to Become Better Learners of English Then Marry These Cognitive Skills with English Language and Reading Exercises. With our programs you can do what no other intervention can do:

Proven Results

Our programs have been proven to work in research, case studies and professional reviews worldwide. Our programs have been effective with English language learners, dyslexia and other needs


Take a look at our extensive resources to see videos, studies and white papers on teaching and learning English from leading international experts in education and neuroscience.

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  • Norman Doidge - Author of
    Wednesday 02 Oct 2013 18:00 PM - Webinar - Sign Up Here
    “Doidge turns everything we thought we knew about the brain upside down.”
    “Doidge... is a master ... at explaining science to the rest of us. Doidge is the best possible guide. You don’t have to be a brain surgeon to read it, just curious about your brain. Buy this book. Your brain will thank you.”
  • Keys to Increasing Reading Comprehension
    Wednesday 11 Sep 2013 09:00 AM - Timothy Rasinski
    “Our own research indicates that fluency has not been priority in many schools. However, when fluency instruction is offered to students the potential for gains is tremendous."
  • Improving Academic Skills in Teens with Learning Disabilities
    Wednesday 08 May 2013 21:00 PM - Webinar
    What kind of progress should you expect from teens with significant learning disabilities? Join Jacqueline Egli as she reviews trends with this population and provides research on how, with intensive intervention, these students can demonstrate academic gains. Jacqueline will debunk the myth that adolescent learners are beyond the “window of opportunity” for remedial intervention, and provide concrete examples of intervention plans and success stories of students she’s worked with.
  • GESS Dubai Education Exhibition
    Tuesday 05 Mar 2013 00:00 AM - Dubai United Arab Emirates
    We will be at GESS from Tuesday March 5th to Thursday 7th March inclusive.
    We are with our partners ICC at stand number Q20