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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 63rd Annual World Organization for Human Potential May 9-11, 2018
The 63rd Annual World Organization for Human Potential May 9-11, 2018

Search and Discovery Spring finally arrived on The Institutes campus. The vibrant trees and flowers erupted in bloom in anticipation of the 63rd Annual World Organization for Human Potential, held May 9-11, 2018. The speakers varied from scientists, to musicians, to chiropractic specialists. Dr. Leland Green and Dr. Dimancescu open the 63rd annual meeting. On Wednesday, May 9, Dr. Leland Green, president of The World Organization for Human Potential, gave the keynote address.

Our Family's Journey
Our Family's Journey

A Moment of Insight and Realization Changed Our Lives Clara learned to read very early and it has changed her life. When my wife was pregnant with our third child, our obstetrician recommended a study that she considered “routine,” called nuchal translucency. Basically this is an ultrasound that measures the amount of liquid in the back of the neck of the growing baby. An average fetus should be within a certain “normal” range.

Diagnosis: Autism, Prognosis: Poor, End Result: Excellent
Diagnosis: Autism, Prognosis: Poor, End Result: Excellent

Yuya gets a fighting chance and he takes it - update on his adventures and accomplishments Two years ago we checked in on Yuya as he entered High School. Now he is graduating from High School and choosing his career for the future. When Yuya was a baby he was very quiet and developed at a slow rate. As a toddler, he could walk but he could not talk. When he finally did begin to speak, he only imitated what others said to him.

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