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Brain-Injured Children

Help for parents. Learn about Brain Injury and common labels including: Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Development Delay & Trisomy 21.

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Programs for parent to teach babies and children from birth to age 6. Reading, Mathmatics, Encyclopedic Knowledge & Physical Programs.

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The Institutes was founded by Glenn Doman in 1955. The Institutes is internationally known for its pioneering work in child brain development.

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Dx Autism Spectrum: Mateo and His Family Choose a Pathway to Wellness
Dx Autism Spectrum: Mateo and His Family Choose a Pathway to Wellness

Mother tells the story of her son Mateo was born vía C-Section at 37 weeks. The baby developed normally reaching milestones until the age of nine months. But then, Mateo lost all meaningful sounds and made no eye contact. Assuming every kid develops at a different pace, and getting no feedback regarding this from his pediatrician, my husband and I decided to let time do its job. By the age of 18 months, crowds overwhelmed Mateo, he had no words of speech, he did not respond to his name, he made no eye contact and he developed repetitive movements.

Dx: Agenesis of Corpus Callosum Mosaic Trisomy 8, Cerebral Palsy
Dx: Agenesis of Corpus Callosum Mosaic Trisomy 8, Cerebral Palsy

Little Diego’s family chooses to rewrite his story Diego was delivered by C-section. He hardly cried at birth and was cyanotic and had seizures. He was given oxygen for first 12 days of life. Since he could not breastfeed, he had to be tube fed. “When Diego was born, the doctors told us right away that he had a disability. The minute I found that my son wasn’t like a normal kid I couldn’t believe it, I got desperate and really depressed, I wanted to die.

Cerebral Ataxia: Zac’s Story of Hope and Hard Work
Cerebral Ataxia: Zac’s Story of Hope and Hard Work

Zac today – handsome, smart and determined Zac, a little boy with a lot of challenges What do parents expect after attending the “What To Do About Your Brain-Injured” course? A program to help their brain-injured child? Mutual support from other parents? Guidance from staff members of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential? Knowledge and deep understanding of how the brain works? Yes, all the above. However, many parents report the most important thing they take home from the course is hope or a strong renewal of the hope they were in danger of losing.

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