Speak to Me: Speech Delay & Gemiini | A 12 Part Documentary Series

Speak to Me: Speech Delay & Gemiini | A 12 Part Documentary Series

Sara Warren’s little guy was born prematurely at 30-weeks. At 18-months, he was diagnosed with a speech & language delay and started therapy right away. He was doing well and making gains, but not advancing as quickly as his parents were hoping for. They have since added Gemiini into his daily routine and the results have been amazing!

Join us as we follow Sara and her little guy's year-long journey with Gemiini!

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Episode 1 | April 23rd, 2018

"At three years old we are finally getting somewhere! His attempts at words are getting better and better. "Banana" is sounding more and more like banana every day. His cadence of speech is where I've really noticed it."

– Sara Warren

 

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Episode 2 | 6/25/2018

It’s been almost four months since he started using the Gemiini program and she’s already seeing major improvements! In this episode, we’re catching up with Sara about what’s been happening in their lives and changes she’s noticing in her son after starting Gemiini.

“We’ve now been using it for almost 4 months and the growth has been amazing!”

– Sara Warren

 

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Episode 3 | 11/15/2018

There have been HUGE developments in Sara's little guy's communication since we last sat down with them! With a combination of Gemiini and other therapy, he is now able to communicate in much more complex ways than ever before.

"He has a book full of pictures so when he can't form the words properly he can flip through a book of many images and is able to tell you what he wants. 

This shows how much his receptive language has improved due to Gemiini because if he doesn't have the ability to say the word, he understands it, can find it and can show it to you in order to fill in the gaps of his communication."

– Sara Warren