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Dx Trisomy 21: How can you turn a grim diagnosis into a great life? Ask Julia 0
Dx Trisomy 21: How can you turn a grim diagnosis into a great life? Ask Julia
Published: June 13, 2018 | 6 minute read

Julia: Determined with a strong will to accomplish her goals. Is Down Syndrome an incurable disease? Week after week, our parents who have children diagnosed with Trisomy 21 come to The Institutes and tell us their story. Many of them have been advised by health care professionals to terminate their pregnancy before the 12th week. This is because it is generally believe that since Trisomy 21 is a genetic problem, it automatically means that these children cannot be helped.

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Cerebral Ataxia: Jay’s Story0
Cerebral Ataxia: Jay’s Story
Published: May 31, 2018 | 5 minute read

Jay, a handsome little boy with large problems but so much potential My name is Jay. I read the story about Zac and his fight with Cerebellar Ataxia in The Institutes newsletter. I have the same neurological disorder as Zac. I just wanted to say that I went through the same program as Zac from 1964-1967. The story about Zac is a heart-warming story that hit “home” with me. I hope and pray that The Institutes keep helping these children who have Cerebellar Ataxia.

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The 63rd Annual World Organization for Human Potential May 9-11, 2018 0
The 63rd Annual World Organization for Human Potential May 9-11, 2018
Published: May 17, 2018 | 4 minute read

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.

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Our Family's Journey0
Our Family's Journey
Published: May 4, 2018 | 7 minute read

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.

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Diagnosis: Autism, Prognosis: Poor, End Result: Excellent0
Diagnosis: Autism, Prognosis: Poor, End Result: Excellent
Published: April 25, 2018 | 8 minute read

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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