Gemiini in Womanista: Breakthrough At-Home Tool Helps Children With Autism
A revolutionary at-home, web-based program clinically proven to increase language, reading and social skills is showing immense promise for children around the world with autism.
As a mother of three children on the autism spectrum, Laura Kasbar noticed her twins were unresponsive to therapy and missing important language clues. Feeling motivated by the struggles they met with, the California native took it upon herself to produce educational tools that offer hope to those who had no chance at therapy or where therapy was stagnant.
Known as the Gemiini System, the innovative and customizable web-based program utilizes an approach called “Discrete Video Modeling,” which breaks down information into understandable and digestible bites. Only when the 49-year-old created the visual aids did she notice her twins responded better to the videos than live people.