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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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The Course: A Life Changing Week
The Course: A Life Changing Week

One Family’s Story Mom says, “Swimming as an infant, like the Australian water babies.” Nearly 30 years ago, a friend recommended a book to Marilyn, a young mother. The book, How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence by Glenn and Janet Doman, and its philosophy of early learning, inspired Marilyn to travel to Philadelphia to attend the How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence Course. She says it was “a life-changing week” for her – and ultimately her family.

What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child In Mexico City
What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child In Mexico City

Parents come from Seven Nations to Mexico City For more than a half century parents have been making their way from around the world to The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in Philadelphia to find answers for their brain-injured children and for almost that long, the staff of The Institutes have been traveling around the world to provide those answers closer to home whenever they could do so.

A Tribute to Glenn J. Doman
A Tribute to Glenn J. Doman

GLENN J. DOMAN Glenn had enormous energy and contagious enthusiasm. He understood how ugly and violent and insane the world could be but his optimism never wavered. He was determined to create a better world for parents and their children. Glenn was a pioneer in everything he did – a leader in his field, an innovator, and an iconoclast. He was prepared to fight for what he believed was right for brain-injured children and well children.

See the results that were achieved by 3,024 Brain-Injured Children View All