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Home Study Program


What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman is essential reading for parents.

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Objective

A prime objective of The Institutes is to make the unique knowledge gained over the last half-century available to all parents. The Institutes has published many books in the field of child brain development. These books have been translated into many languages and are available throughout the world.

Eligibility

Any parent is eligible for this program.

Preparation

Obtain the book, What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman.

Content

iahp home study program

The IAHP Home Study Program consists of reading What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman. The parents on the IAHP Home Study Program should read this book very carefully. Parents may wish to read the book several times, so that they are confident that they understand its contents. They may then design a program to use with their child. The program should take into account the needs of the child, the amount of time and energy that the family wishes to devote to the program, and the family’s aspiration for their child. The family then uses the program they have designed to treat their child. The family may then wish to read other books in the Gentle Revolution Series to enhance and expand their physical, intellectual, physiological, or social program.

Certification

This is not a certification program, since it does not offer the parent the opportunity to attend classes at The Institutes.

Vital Information

The books of The Institutes are published by Square One Publisher in the United States. All of the books are usually readily available from The Gentle Revolution Press or Amazon.com. We recommend parents interested in doing the program own a reference copy of this seminal work of Glenn Doman to refer to. Our books may also be available from your local library.

A parent who inquires about the program of The Institutes may request an issue of The In-Report. This unique journal catalogs the precise victories of each child presently enrolled in one of the programs of The Institutes. The In-Report keeps families informed of the significant events and discoveries that are being made at The Institutes. Those who wish to subscribe to The In-Report may do so through The Gentle Revolution Press.




What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course


More Than a Half-Century of Experience

Parents come from all over the world to The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential to learn how to significantly increase their child’s mobility, intelligence, and social growth, and to improve their health and physical growth. What To Do about Your Brain-Injured Child is a comprehensive course that provides parents with vital information to place their child on the pathway to wellness.

Parents Are The Best Therapists

The Institutes strongly believes that children do best at the home with their mothers and fathers. When parents know how to provide an ideal environment for brain growth, they are the best teachers for their child. When family is the answer- not the problem.

Is Your Child a Candidate

Children may have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, developmental delay, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, or learning problems. The Institutes treats the full spectrum of brain-injured children. Children range from those who are blind, deaf, paralyzed, insensate, and speechless to children who may have learning problems in school- and every king of brain-injured child in between. No child is ever turned down because of the severity of the brain injury. The Institutes provides help for all brain-injured children.

brain injured child program

This is an intensive course conducted at The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. It consists of more than fifty hours of lectures, demonstrations and practical teaching concerning child brain development in the brain injured child.

Objective

The objective of the brain-injured child program is to teach parents about the growth and development of the brain so that they have the tools they need to put their child firmly on a pathway to improvement as quickly as possible.

Eligibility

Only parents of brain injured children or immediate adult family members of brain-injured adults may attend the brain injured child program.

Preparation

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Parents who have enrolled in the course should read all the course information carefully so that they arrive well prepared and ready to learn. This is an exciting week and it is carefully organized to enable each parent to learn a tremendous amount about human brain function. The single most important preparation for a parent who attends this course is to read the book What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman. The course covers every aspect of brain injury, from the mildest to the most profound. This course is designed to answer a vast number of questions that parents have regarding their child. The staff will endeavor to answer every question for which they believe they have an answer. The course consists of lectures, demonstrations and opportunities to practice techniques and covers the subjects listed below.

Please note:

If only one parent can attend the course initially, it should be the parent who will be doing the program at home. To enroll in the Aspirant Program both parents must complete The What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course.

Children should remain at home.

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Years of preparation and experience have gone into the course. Every moment is used to give those attending the greatest opportunity to learn. This course contains a vast amount of information that must be presented in a short period of time. To accomplish this, parents must be able to attend the course without any outside distractions. It is not possible to attend part of the course or to come and go from the lectures. The course must be completed from start to finish in the proper sequence. It is not possible for children to attend the course. The Institutes have no childcare facilities. Parents must be able to leave their children at home or elsewhere in loving and competent hands. Children cannot be cared for on the campus. This is a course designed solely for parents. Successful completion of the course certifies parents to use this information with their own children only. It does not qualify parents or professionals to instruct anyone else in the work of The Institutes. The Institutes clinical staff members are available to answer questions in the lecture breaks that occur every hour. These question sessions are extremely helpful to parents. It is vital that parents understand that the staff cannot answer specific questions about a specific child. The staff will never have seen or evaluated the children whose parents attend this course. Therefore, it is impossible for staff members to offer parents specific advice about an individual child during the course.

For Families Who Require Translation

Over the last half-century, over twenty thousand families have come from all over the world to attend courses at The Institutes. During this time, The Institutes have developed a team of translators who are experienced in child brain development. There are translators for every major language. We do our best to arrange translation for our parents who need it at the earliest possible course. The Institutes uses translators who are thoroughly trained at The Institutes. Families are not permitted to bring their own translators. Sometimes it takes time to arrange for translation. There is also a considerable cost for simultaneous translation. The more parents attending, the less the translation cost will be for any one parent. Because of this, the staff schedules at least three parents who need the same language in the same course.

This course is presented several times throughout the year in Philadelphia. A team of staff members also presents a full video presentation of the course in Japan, Latin America, Singapore, and other locations. The entire course and the written material have been translated into Italian, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Polish and Russian.

Certification

This is a certification course. All parents who have attended every session of the course will receive the Certificate of Human Development at the Initial Parent Level. This certificate is awarded by The Temple Fay Institute for Academics of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential.

Vital Information

  1. Please fill out the application form for each parent who will attend the course.
  2. Carefully fill out the application about your brain-injured child.
  3. Return the application with your tuition deposit to The Institutes.

Content of the Course

Brain-Injured Child Program

The course consists of lectures, demonstrations and opportunities to practice techniques and covers the following subjects:

  • What is Brain Injury?
  • The Causes of Brain Injury
  • The Range of Brain Injury
  • Treating the Brain
  • How the Brain Grows
  • Neurophysiological Evidence
  • The Institutes Developmental Profile™
  • Evaluating Your Child
  • Understanding Diagnosis
  • Demonstration of Mobility Program
  • Mobility Growth
  • Mobility Programs
  • How To Teach Your Baby To Read
  • Demonstration of Reading Program
  • Patterning
  • How To Pattern
  • The Sensory Stimulation Program
  • Nutrition and Liquid Balance
  • Oxygen and the Brain
  • Signs of Intracranial Pressure
  • Fundamental Treatment Principles
  • What are the Chances for Wellness?
  • What are the Results?
  • Psychological Problems and the World of Brain-Injured Children
  • The Family as the Answer
  • How To Begin Your Program
  • Summary
  • Certification
  • Questions

Request more Information about the What To Do Course

or Contact Harriet Pinsker directly
Phone: 215-836-4868
Email: wtd_registrar@iahp.org




Home Program Consultation


The Home Program Consultation enables parents to receive a review of their program by The Institutes staff. This consultation helps parents to be certain that the program they designed is appropriate for their child. Once parents have attended the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course, they are able to design a home program for their child.

Objective

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The Home Program Consultation has two objectives:

  1. To prepare parents for the Aspirant Program by helping them to achieve an effective and appropriate home program.
  2. To guide parents who are not yet able to bring their child to The Institutes for a program but wish to have support and advice to get started at home.

Eligibility

To have a Home Program Consultation, one parent must have attended the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course and earned the Certificate in Human Development at the Initial Parent Level.

Preparation

After attending the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course, parents who wish to have a Home Program Consultation do a full evaluation of their child based on The Institutes Developmental Profile. Parents also design a home program for their child. Parents review the lecture notes and materials that they received during the course and they read and study the books that are recommended during the course. Parents who need the Home Program Consultation materials may request them from The Institutes Clinical Coordinator.

Content

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Parents return home from the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course and create and begin a home program. It is recommended that they do this program every day so that parents can experience doing a neurological program at home and hopefully observe significant improvement in their child. After doing a program daily for at least two months, parents complete a Home Program History and re-evaluate their child using the Developmental Profile. They send these to the Clinical Coordinator at The Institutes.

The Institutes staff carefully reviews the Home Program History and the evaluation and then contacts the parents. If the staff has questions or needs more information, they request it from the family before providing a review of the home program.

If the objective of the family is to bring their child to The Institutes for an appointment, the staff outlines the pathway to arrange this as quickly as possible. If the family is ready for an appointment, they receive the first available appointment and the date is confirmed with the family. If the family is not yet able to bring their child to The Institutes, the staff makes certain that the updated program is appropriate and effective so parents can proceed with confidence.

Vital Information

Parents preparing for their first appointment may need or want two Home Program Consultations before they are ready for an appointment at The Institutes. Parents pursuing their program at home without an appointment to the The Institutes may have as many Home Program Consultations as parents and staff feel are needed and wanted.




Lecture Series Program


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The Lecture Series Program was developed for parents on the Intensive Treatment Program and is a vital part of that program. The lecture series encompasses lectures on mobility development, intellectual development, physiological development, and social development.

Objective

The objective of the Lecture Series Program is to provide parents with intermediate and advanced information in the field of child brain development, so that parents may use that knowledge to improve and enhance the progress of their children at home. Parents who graduate from the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course but who are not yet enrolled in the Intensive Treatment Program are able to attend these ongoing lectures in child brain development. By attending these lectures, parents continue to gain knowledge of child brain development and apply this knowledge to their child at home. The lecture series can also be important to parents whose child is enrolled in the Aspirant Program. When a family is waiting for an initial appointment, parents may benefit from attending these lectures while they wait. When these families do have their first appointment, the staff can design and teach a more advanced program that would not have been possible without the additional knowledge gained in the Lecture Series.

Eligibility

A parent who has earned the Certificate in Human Development at the Initial Parent Level in the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course is eligible. If only one parent is certified, only this parent is eligible to attend the Lecture Series Program.

Preparation

The staff recommends that parents who enroll in the lecture series program review the book What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman, all the materials from the course, and their own notes. Additional reading of The Institutes books and literature is highly recommended at this point. The lectures are very stimulating and are carefully organized to enable each parent to learn about child brain development.

Content

This six-part program consists of more than 80 hours of lectures. It includes demonstrations by the staff, parents, and children enrolled in our Intensive Treatment Program. In addition there is a comprehensive review of the results of treatment of children in the Intensive Treatment Program at each Lecture Series. Each two-day lecture series contains lectures on mobility growth, intellectual growth, and physiological growth. As the Lecture Series Program advances, social growth is also included. The Lecture Series Program provides increasingly more advanced lectures. The first lecture series is the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course and the content of subsequent lecture series is outlined below. Each lecture series is a steppingstone for the subsequent lecture series. For this reason the series must be attended in the sequence outlined.

Lecture Series I

What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course


Lecture Series II

Physical Growth Lectures

  • The Medullary Reflex Program
  • The Ontogenetic Mobility Pathway
  • The Quantification of Human Mobility

Intellectual Growth Lectures

How To Multiply Your Child’s Intelligence

  • Part 1: Heredity and Environment
  • Part 2: Myths About Kids
  • Part 3: Defining Intelligence
  • Part 4: Potential Intelligence
  • Part 5: The Brain vs. Computer
  • Part 6: Intuiting the Laws
  • Part 7: How To Teach Your Child Mathematics
  • Part 8: How To Teach Bits of Intelligence

Physiological Growth Lectures

  • The Importance of Oxygen to the Brain
  • Respiratory Patterning
  • The Oxygen Enrichment Program
  • Better Brain Function Brings a Better Life
  • The Importance of the Environment and Food For Your Child
  • Results of Treatment

Lecture Series III

Overall Growth and Development Lectures

  • The Gravity Free Environment
  • The Gravity Assisted Program Intellectual Growth Lectures
  • The History of The Institutes for Intellectual Excellence • Joyousness and Reading
  • The Auditory Pathway
  • Communication and Language Development Physiological Growth Lecture
  • The Effect of Food, Chemicals, and the Environment on Health, Behavior, and the Brain Physical Growth Lecture
  • Applied Kinesiology, The New Aerobic Program, and Biofeedback Social Growth Lecture
  • The Law Results of Treatment

Lecture Series IV

Overall Growth and Development Lectures

  • The Life Plan
  • The Honeymoon Program Physical Growth Lecture
  • How to Grow the Integrative Areas of the Brain Intellectual and Social Growth Lecture
  • The Civil Code Program Physiological Growth Lectures
  • The Study of Seizures Results of Treatment

Lecture Series V

Overall Growth and Development Lectures

  • The Developmental Profile
  • The Ontogeny and Phylogeny of Human Growth and Development Physical Growth Lectures
  • Active Respiratory Patterning
  • Restorative Yoga for Your Child and Your Family Intellectual Growth Lectures
  • Problem Solving
  • Laterality Results of Treatment

Lecture Series VI

Overall Growth and Development Lectures

  • The Human Spirit
  • How To Program Your Child Physical Growth Lectures
  • Physical Excellence Review Intellectual Growth Lectures
  • What Prevents Your Child From Talking
  • The Language Development Program Physiological Growth Lectures
  • Physiological Excellence Review Results Ceremony of Certification Reception

Please note: The lectures are constantly changing. The titles and content will vary as the staff continues to find better solutions for brain-injured children. The lectures are usually conducted on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.




Aspirant Program


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The Aspirant Program enables parents to bring their child to The Institutes for an evaluation and an individually designed treatment program. Parents then return home and carry out that treatment program.

Objective

The objective of the Aspirant Program is to achieve physical, intellectual, and social growth resulting in normality in as many children as possible. The Aspirant Program provides a treatment program for parents who want their children accepted onto the Intensive Treatment Program in the future. This is a preparatory step that allows the family to understand child brain development in depth. It also gives the staff the opportunity to get to know the family and gives the family the opportunity to get to know the staff and to experience the program at home. This helps the staff and the parents to know whether the Intensive Treatment Program will be comfortable and appropriate for the family in the future.

Eligibility

To be admitted to the Aspirant Program, both parents must have earned the Certificate in Human Development at the Initial Parent Level in the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course. To receive an appointment, a family must have had at least one Home Program Consultation during which a complete description of the program they are doing at home is submitted and approved by the staff of The Institutes. Both parents must attend the Aspirant Program appointment.

Preparation

To prepare for an appointment, parents should review all of The Institutes books, especially What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman. Parents should also review all notes and documents from the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course. Those parents who have made this careful review invariably learn more from their visit to The Institutes as a result.

Content

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The first visit lasts three full days. Both mother and father must attend all visits to The Institutes. Each child accepted into this program is thoroughly evaluated. The staff takes a full history of the child and does a functional neurological evaluation. This evaluation is reviewed with the parents and an Institutes Developmental Profile is made for each child. A child’s neurological growth rate is determined as well as a complete functional diagnosis of the areas of brain injury. Each child receives a program that addresses that child’s physical, intellectual, social, and physiological needs. The primary area of injury determines the focus of the program being designed. The treatment program is designed so that a child on the Aspirant Program may have the benefit of a home program created by the staff of The Institutes. Each program is very carefully taught to the parents.

Every detail is reviewed thoroughly so that the parents are confident they understand the principles of their child’s program and the technical details of how to carry it out. Parents are encouraged to ask whatever questions they may have. Parents return home to do the full program, usually for about six months. Each child on this program is assigned a staff member who acts as the child’s personal advocate. This staff member closely monitors the child’s progress and represents the child at all staff conferences. It is the advocate’s responsibility to see that the child is making satisfactory progress toward wellness. All communication, letters, reports, and telephone calls go through the advocate, who becomes increasingly knowledgeable about the individual child and family. This period allows parents to do a rigorous home program and decide whether the Intensive Treatment Program is what they want. It also allows the staff to get to know the family and decide whether the Intensive Treatment Program is appropriate for them.

Certification

Parents who are accepted into the Aspirant Program are qualified to conduct a home program with their own child. There is no certificate in human development awarded in this program, but some parents have received course credits toward degrees at universities in the United States and abroad.

Vital Information

We want each of our families to be as well prepared as possible–not only for the initial appointment, but also for accomplishing The Institutes program in the event the family and The Institutes decide this is appropriate. Parents wishing to apply for the Aspirant Program do so by completing the Home Program Consultation. Applications for this program are made to the Clinical Coordinator of The Institutes. After the first three-day visit and six months of full program, the parents and the staff of The Institutes have the information they need to decide whether or not the family should be considered for the Intensive Treatment Program. If parents are not yet able to do the full program the family may continue on the Lecture Series Program and the Home Study Program. If the family is able to do a full home program that is effective and comfortable, they become candidates for the Intensive Treatment Program. The family returns for a five-day revisit, when they are invited to join this program. They then go on to the Intensive Treatment Program.




Evaluation Program Visits


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The Evaluation and Program Visit is for parents who may or may not wish to be accepted onto the Intensive Treatment Program.

The Evaluation and Program Visit enables parents to bring their child to The Institutes for an evaluation and an individually designed treatment program. Parents then return home and carry out that treatment program at whatever level of intensity they determine is best for their child and family.

Objective

The objective of the Evaluation and Program Visit is to achieve physical, intellectual, and social growth in as many children as possible. The Evaluation and Program Visit provides a treatment program for parents who may or may not wish to be accepted onto the Intensive Treatment Program sometime in the future but who do want to receive a treatment program designed by The Institutes.

Eligibility

To enroll for the Evaluation and Program Visit, at least one parent must have earned the Certificate in Human Development at the Initial Parent Level in the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course. If one parent has not yet attended the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course, that parent must have read the book and be in complete agreement with the goals and philosophy of the program. Both parents must attend the Evaluation and Program Visit appointment.

Preparation

To prepare for an appointment, parents should review all of The Institutes books, especially What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child by Glenn Doman. Parents should also review all notes and documents from the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course. Those parents who have made this careful review invariably learn more from their visit to The Institutes as a result.

Content

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The visit lasts three full days. A full initial developmental history of the child is done and carefully reviewed. Each child is thoroughly evaluated. This evaluation includes a functional neurological evaluation that is reviewed with the parents, and an Institutes Developmental Profile is made for each child. A child’s neurological growth rate is determined, as well as a complete functional diagnosis of the areas of brain injury. Each child receives a program that addresses the child’s physical, intellectual, social, and physiological needs. The primary area of injury determines the focus of the program being designed. This treatment program allows the child to receive the benefit of a home program created by the staff of The Institutes. Each program is very carefully taught to the parents. Every detail is reviewed thoroughly so that the parents are confident that they understand the principles of their child’s program and the technical details of how to carry it out. Parents are encouraged to ask whatever questions they have. The parents receive a full intensive treatment program. However, when the parents return home they will determine how much or how little of that program they wish to do.

Please Note: Parents who later decide they wish to return in the future for the Intensive Treatment Program are required to do a full intensive program in order to be considered for that program. Those families who decide to do a full intensive program at home and who wish in the future to be considered for the Intensive Treatment Program are given special consideration to do so.




Intensive Treatment Program


The Intensive Treatment Program is the oldest and most successful program of The Institutes. This is a pioneering program to develop better and more effective treatment programs. The Intensive Treatment Program enables parents to bring their child to The Institutes to be evaluated and to receive a treatment program on a regular basis. In addition, parents receive extensive lectures and training in child brain development. Parents return home and carry out an intensive treatment program with their child and are supported in their efforts by close contact with the staff during the home treatment periods between visits to The Institutes. The Intensive Treatment Program demonstrates what superb accomplishments are possible for brain-injured children by loving, determined, and highly informed parents.

Objective

The objective of the Intensive Treatment Program is to achieve physical, intellectual, and social growth towards normality in as many children as possible. Since this is the most intensive program offered by The Institutes, it holds the greatest chance for wellness for any individual child. The purpose of the Intensive Treatment Program is to create treatment programs for children under conditions as close to ideal as the state of knowledge will permit and to teach those programs to parents who carry out the treatment on an intensive basis at home.

Eligibility

Full entrance into this program is by invitation only. Parents are considered for this program only after they have been successful members of the Aspirant Program. Both parents must have attended the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course and have received their Certification in Human Development at the Initial Parent Level and completed the Home Program Consultation.

Preparation

Parents who wish to be considered for the Intensive Treatment Program must be successful participants in the Aspirant Program. Excellent contact with the staff between the Aspirant Program visit and the next visit is essential. This contact consists of monthly reports and direct contact with the staff when there are questions or problems of any kind.

Content

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The child admitted to the Intensive Treatment Program is seen approximately every six months. Each of the visits is one week in length: a day of history and evaluation, two full days of lectures, and two days to learn the new program.

Each week includes:

  • Full history of what has occurred since the last visit.
  • Functional neurological evaluation.
  • New Developmental Profile.
  • Physical measurements.
  • A summary of progress.
  • The Lecture Series.
  • A detailed sensory program is created.
  • A detailed mobility program is created.
  • A detailed intellectual program is created.
  • A detailed physiological program is created.
  • Careful instruction for the parents in how to do the new programs.
  • Questions are fully answered.
  • Contact for the next 6 months is outlined in detail.

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The lectures provide the principles and techniques necessary to understand and carry out mobility, intellectual, physiological, and social programs designed by the staff for each child. These lectures are carefully organized so that they become more sophisticated as the knowledge and experience of each parent grows. Parents do not require any special knowledge or education. For a half-century parents from all walks of life have come to The Institutes and benefited from this unique series of lectures. The child’s personal staff advocate continues to monitor closely the child’s progress and ensures that all contact from the parents (reports, telephone, fax, e-mail, or mail) is handled promptly. The unparalleled experience of the staff in treating brain-injured children combined with each family’s unique understanding of their own child results in an extraordinary bond of knowledge between the staff and the parents. This bond is enhanced by mutual respect and affection.

Certification

During each week spent at The Institutes, the parents receive credit for all subjects taught and credits are awarded and recorded. After the successful completion of Lecture Series IV and no fewer than 18 months of the Intensive Treatment Program, both parents receive the Certificate in Child Brain Development at the Intermediate Level. After the completion of Lecture Series VI and no fewer than 24 months on the program, parents are awarded the Certificate in Child Brain Development at the Qualified Parent Level.

Vital Information

It is very important that families on the Intensive Treatment Program are as well prepared as possible for their visits and they maintain excellent contact with The Institutes. We have learned through a half-century of experience that an intensive program achieves the fastest results. The Intensive Treatment Program is comprehensive. It is designed to give the child the maximum stimulation and opportunity from the time the child awakens until the child goes to sleep. This does not permit time for school or outside activities.

Requirements of the Intensive Treatment Program:

  1. Mother or father must be present and doing the home program at all times.
  2. The full program must be accomplished daily.
  3. Excellent contact with the staff on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis is vital to success on the program.
  4. Both parents are required to attend all visits.
  5. Following the initial visit to The Institutes, revisit appointments are scheduled approximately every six months.

During this initial two-year period, the majority of children will have successfully achieved at least one major victory such as seeing, hearing, walking, talking, reading, or writing for the first time. During the first two years a small number of children will achieve wellness and graduate from the program. If parents wish, the child is seen once a year to ensure continuing wellness until the child has achieved his or her adult position in life. Most children are substantially improved but still not entirely well at the end of this period. Parents may continue to return to The Institutes until a child is able to function as well as his peers. At the end of the initial two-year period, parents are now totally certified as Child Brain Developmentalists at the Qualified Parent Level. They may remain in the Intensive Treatment Program for a longer time, or they may transfer to the Home Study Program or attend the Lecture Series and continue to enhance their program at home.

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