Gemiini's Discrete Video Modeling for Autism – Getting the best results from this revolutionary method

Over the past 14 years, Laura Kasbar and her team have developed an online library of nearly 20,000 therapeutic videos using the Discrete Video Modeling (DVM) method, which is proving to be almost miraculous for people with ASD. The results in clinical trials and in practice have been unexpectedly dramatic. Results can vary substantially, however, if the program is not used correctly. This will be a discussion on the best uses of Gemiini for specific cases including apraxia, articulation, receptive speech, reading, and social skills. A Q&A period will follow.

Laura Kasbar

Laura Kasbar is the CEO of Gemiini Systems and has seven children, ages 2 to 25, 3 of whom have autism spectrum disorder. She created Discrete Video Modeling (DVM) to teach her non-verbal son language. The DVM method has since been shown in randomized trials to be unusually effective at teaching language and reading skills not only to people with ASD, but to all manner of people with learning exceptionalities. Gemiini, named for Kasbar's twins with ASD, is the platform that allows this revolutionary therapy method to be delivered.