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Why Gemiini’s Therapy Support Videos Work


Gemiini is a clinically-proven program that provides therapy support videos, quizzes, and assessments for those with special needs like Autism, Down Syndrome, and Speech Delay. Our discrete video modeling method focuses on presenting one concept at a time to teach speech, language, reading, and behavioral skills.

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Research Backed Content

Research-Backed Content

Our videos break down concepts into understandable bites of information, delivering ideas in an easy and effective format that helps learners learn and grow.

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Personalized Learning

Remote Learning

With over 150,000 videos available in English, French, Mandarin, and Spanish, learners everywhere can take their time and learn at their own pace.

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Learning Tools

Customized Video Sessions

With Gemiini, parents, therapists, and teachers can create fully-customized video sessions, build content specific quizzes, and track a learner’s growth with our online assessments.

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Learn Speech, Language, Reading, and Behavioral Skills

Learn Speech, Language, Reading, & Behavioral Skills

  • Autism

    Research shows early interventions for Autism increase major long-term positive effects on symptoms and later skills. Gemiini’s evidence-based therapy support can be used to teach both children and adults with Autism the skills we use in our daily interactions— anytime and anywhere.

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  • Down Syndrome

    Gemiini’s on-demand therapy focuses on increasing the vocabulary, articulation, and language skills necessary to unlock the door to speech for children and adults with Down syndrome.

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  • Speech Delay

    For children with speech delay, Gemiini can increase language, cognitive, social, emotional, and motor skill development as an early intervention. As with other skills and milestones, the age at which kids learn language and start talking can vary.

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Gemiini at home, in therapy and in the classroom

Gemiini at home, in therapy & in the classroom

  • Parents

    Gemiini makes integrating effective therapy support easy for parents. Because the program delivers unlimited access to therapy, learners can watch videos on their schedule—anytime and anywhere, saving families valuable time and money.

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  • Clinicians

    Gemiini allows clinicians to create customized discrete video modeling sessions from its online library of over 150,000 therapeutic video clips. The use of Gemiini gives more therapeutic time for patients while simultaneously freeing up therapists’ time.

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  • Schools

    Teachers and therapists can assign custom video assignments that align with an individual’s IEP goals that parents can easily click and play—anytime, anywhere. Teachers can also test a child remotely in both receptive and expressive language skills.

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“As a speech and language pathologist with over 30 years of experience, I knew what Gemiini was capable of the minute I saw it. After my grand nephew was diagnosed with autism. I had absolutely no reservations about getting him started on the program. We noticed trouble with Brody at nine months: no babbling, no eye- contact, no comforting to mom and no joint attention. In Brody’s early Gemiini days, he would intermittently produce a sound (or noise) while watching the video and eating a meal. The progress was slow with no true word approximations in the beginning despite his age. He began to approximate more sounds as he watched the videos on a regular basis. Fast forward three years of Gemiini, and early intervention from ABA, and this Easter Sunday he was telling family members that the Easter bunny broke into his house and explaining to his older cousin what color candy egg he wanted. Brody is entering kindergarten this fall WITHOUT AN IEP!” Jayne Higgins, MA, CCC-SLP

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