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Intellectual Excellence: Music Appreciation0
Intellectual Excellence: Music Appreciation
Published: April 7, 2016 | 3 minute read

The steps for carrying out a successful Listening Program Step One Choose your favorite composer. It is always a good idea to start with your favorites when you are teaching your child. Your natural love for what you are presenting will naturally carry over into your child’s own taste. When you are comfortable executing the Listening Program, you can then venture into what is less familiar territory for you.

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Developmental Delay Success Story0
Developmental Delay Success Story
Published: March 31, 2016 | 5 minute read

Developmental Delay Label Doesn’t Stop Tae “Tae will never be like the average child” - they were right she is much better! Here Tae is fighting the good fight and getting better every day. Tae did not have the easiest start to life. During the pregnancy, there was a threat of miscarriage in the sixth month, but fortunately the baby was born full term. However, at birth Tae’s cry was not immediate, she was blue and began having seizures.

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The Most Amazing and Impactful Educational Experience of My Life0
The Most Amazing and Impactful Educational Experience of My Life
Published: March 17, 2016 | 4 minute read

Multiply Baby’s Intelligence Course - Amazing & Impactful Educational Experience for Parents - One Mother’s Story I am forever grateful to the most amazing and impactful education experience of my life. The completion of the How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence Course is absolutely more meaningful and useful to me than completing my BA and MBA at Pepperdine University. The course is daily benefiting me and my daughter profoundly. I’m confident that I’ve gone through the best professional parent education on the planet!

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Trisomy 21: Sofia’s Story – A real life, not a life sentence0
Trisomy 21: Sofia’s Story – A real life, not a life sentence
Published: March 16, 2016 | 5 minute read

Downs Syndrome (Trisomy 21) Children Can Be Helped When Sofia was born, the doctor noted that her facial features resembled traits for Downs syndrome (Trisomy 21). She was 2 weeks premature, and had a low birth weight, and required incubation and monitoring. The diagnosis of Trisomy 21 was confirmed soon after. The first days of life were difficult for Sofia. Parents started immediately to look for answers. They found Glenn Doman’s book What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child and learned about The Institutes work with brain-injured children.

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One Mother’s Story: Why She Chose To Fix Haylie Rather Than Create A Special World For Her To Live In0
One Mother’s Story: Why She Chose To Fix Haylie Rather Than Create A Special World For Her To Live In
Published: March 9, 2016 | 8 minute read

Disabled Kids - Why I Never Labeled My Daughter Since publishing my blog with the story about my daughter Haylie overcoming her brain injury, I have been approached by readers for all sorts of reasons - people looking for more information, people seeking hope and inspiration for their effective work with their own hurt kids, people congratulating us, people wondering how on earth that could really be possible and people who seek to bond on the basis of “Ain’t it tough being the mom of a disabled kid and aren’t our disabled kids still wonderful in their own unique ways.

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