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ETI Graduate Tells Her Story: Victoria 4/22/20150
ETI Graduate Tells Her Story: Victoria 4/22/2015
Published: April 22, 2015 | 3 minute read

Victoria in a hammer throw competition “Hammer throw is a discipline that requires extreme coordination, balance, strength, and even endurance, both mental and physical. Looking back, I am certain that without the early mental and physical training I received thanks to The Institutes’ Early Development Program and International School I would not be where I am today. The International School students are trained to be physically, socially, and intellectually excellent individuals, well balanced across all three areas.

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Cerebral Palsy Success Story: Diego 3/25/20150
Cerebral Palsy Success Story: Diego 3/25/2015
Published: March 25, 2015 | 3 minute read

Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy Prognosis: Very Poor Outcome: Wow A Hero’s Welcome Just a few months after finding out she was pregnant, Diego’s mother was told that the baby had a genetic abnormality. Soon after delivery, it was found that the baby had a mitral valve prolapse. As a result of the prolapse, the baby would often lose consciousness. Little Diego spent the first month of his life in the hospital.

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Hydrocephaly and Hyperactivity: The Story of Twins 10/30/20140
Hydrocephaly and Hyperactivity: The Story of Twins 10/30/2014
Published: October 30, 2014 | 3 minute read

Yoshiki and Yuuki holding their personal donation to The Founder’s Fund. They were the first contributors to The Founder’s Fund when it was created to celebrate Glenn Doman’s 90th birthday. Yoshiki and Yuuki were born ten years ago but these twins could not be more different. They were born two months premature and they were given oxygen at birth to survive. Yoshiki, who was born first, struggled the most. A few days after birth, he was diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage, an hemangioma covering one eye, and hydrocephaly.

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Physical Excellence: Why does it matter so much?0
Physical Excellence: Why does it matter so much?
Published: October 2, 2014 | 5 minute read

Physical Excellence: Why does it matter so much? Physical excellence is the ability to handle any physical problem that comes along in a lifetime. This is our ultimate objective – one that we keep in mind in everything we do with our children and one that we hope will bring them great pleasure and, if need be, even save their lives. To achieve physical excellence we must keep our attention on the development of coordination, strength, endurance, fitness and the product of all of these are confidence.

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Trisomy 21 Success Story: Yuuki 9/26/20140
Trisomy 21 Success Story: Yuuki 9/26/2014
Published: September 26, 2014 | 2 minute read

Yuuki with her brother Yuuki was diagnosed with Trisomy 21 as an infant, and as her mother wrote, “Since then we began searching for the best solution we could find to help her develop fully.” Her mother read the book How To Teach Your Baby To Read, and began to show big red reading words to her baby. As a result, she felt that her little girl’s vision and hearing developed very well.

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