Speak To Me: A Year in the Life with Gemiini & Down Syndrome | 12 Part Documentary Series

Speak To Me: A Year in the Life with Gemiini & Down Syndrome | 12 Part Documentary Series

The Glasgow Family invites you into their home to follow their journey as their daughter, Wren, and adopted son, Fox, learn to speak using Gemiini. Both children were born with Down syndrome and have language delays, and we've paired up with the family to share their story as their children grow. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel to follow this story.

Episode 1 | Meet The Glasgow Family | November 21st, 2017

"We are very excited to use Gemiini… to give them a voice to be able to express themselves better and for us to understand who they are as little humans." 

– Mollie Glasgow

 

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Update | Wren's Progress with Gemiini | November 27th, 2017

Wren's Receptive and Expressive Language is soaring with Gemiini! Here she shows us what she has learned from the videos in the receptive and expressive testing.

"We are so excited about Wren’s progress already and her excitement about using Gemiini!"  

-Mollie Glasgow

 

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Episode 2 | January 2nd, 2018

"Wren is doing great! She is loving the entire program. Super motivated to do her sessions every day. We're blown away with all that she's learning and just how into it she is! It completely blew away our expectations."

– Mollie Glasgow

 

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Episode 3 | February 26th, 2018

"Since Fox was adopted we were just waiting and waiting for him to adjust and we wanted to make sure we had a strong bond but I wish we would have started Gemiini sooner. We looked into it but I just don't know what was holding us back from just jumping in there and doing it."

– Mollie Glasgow


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Episode 4 | March 21st, 2018

It has been 3 months since little Fox and Wren have been using Gemiini and WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Fox, who was nonverbal when we started is now saying new words each week. 5-year-old Wren is now completely potty trained, engaging with peers, and is speaking so well that others outside her family can understand her.

 

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Episode 5 | April 30th, 2018

It's been four months since Wren and Fox first starting using Gemiini. Both have made incredible progress and Fox was full of surprises! In this episode, the Glasgows are celebrating their success thus far with a family trip to Griffin Farms Pumpkin Patch.


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Episode 6 | June 19th, 2018

The last time we checked in with Wren & Fox, they each had recently moved up a level in Gemiini’s Language Pyramid. In episode 6, we sit down with Mollie and Jarrod and they give us an update on their children’s progress so far and talk about some setbacks they’ve encountered.

“It’s definitely not a failure to go back to what he was thriving in.”

– Mollie Glasgow


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Episode 7 | August 9th, 2018

May can be a hectic month for any family with young children in school. The current school year is ending and summer is about to begin—but some families have more to do to prepare for the next school year than others before they can go on their family vacation.

In episode 7, Mollie and Jarrod reflect upon Wren and Fox’s recent school year, their children’s progress, prepping for the upcoming school year, and the many changes and challenges they have faced together as a family.

“It was just really amazing to watch a kid that at the beginning of the year didn't even want to make eye contact with his peers—To see his friends interacting with him and him taking turns, I mean, he was a 4½-year-old kid at the bowling alley that day, you know?”

– Mollie Glasgow

“We feel like Gemiini is really giving Wren every advantage that we can to help her be a success when she gets to school. We feel really confident about where she's at right now.”

– Jarrod Glasgow