Terms & Conditions for Learning Accelerator 6 week subscription 

  1. Unconditional 100% money back guarantee. If you decide Learning Accelerator is not right for your child, and you advise us via email in the first 10 days after they start, we will fully refund your money.

  2. The 6 week subscription is for continuous usage and may not be paused during the subscription period, unless agreed by LearnFast and confirmed by email. 

  3. Additional monthly subscription usage is subject to further payment.

  4. For the best possible outcome you agree to use the Program in accordance with the protocols advised by LearnFast. Additionally, for parent(s) or guardian(s) working with children, you are responsible for ensuring compliance and that all exercises presented each day are completed.

  5. LearnFast will provide technical support relating to the Program, but will not be responsible for the compatibility or performance of your computer, Internet and communication technology.

  6. You acknowledge that LearnFast uses external support specialists and hence may share your contact details and any relevant information as a part of the Program support. NB. The support specialist will not provide subject coaching nor help with homework

  7. The Client agrees not to copy, rent, lease, lend, licence, sub-licence, sell, export, assign, transfer or in any other way disseminate, reverse engineer, decompile, or create derivative works or adaptations of the Programs.
     
  8. While there is much scientifically based evidence for the effectiveness of the Learning Accelerator Program, LearnFast does not warrant any particular outcome or result, as individual brains differ. You agree that you are satisfied your expectations of the outcomes from doing the Program take into account the following constraints, that may impact the effectiveness of the Program:
      • Internet connectivity and stability – you must have a reliable internet connection
      • Ability to use a mouse or iPad – the participant must be capable of using the mouse or their iPad to interact with the Program
      • Autism – depending where the participant is on the spectrum, progress may be slow or limited
      • Cerebral Palsy – progress may be limited or slow due to physical restraints
      • Colour Blindness – several exercises rely on colour differentiation
      • Developmental delay or intellectual impairment – progress may be limited or slow
      • Down Syndrome – progress may be limited or slow
      • Dyspraxia – the Program will not help with the motor planning of Dyspraxia but may be of use in addressing language development
      • Hearing impairment – some users with hearing impairment may need a FM loop as Fast ForWord requires the participant to be able to hear auditory stimuli
      • Sight impairment – the Program relies on viewing a computer screen.