Programs for Brain Injured Children

Programs for Brain Injured Children
The Institutes offer these programs to help the parents of brain-injured children: Program I: The Home Study Program
Program II: The “What to Do about your Brain-Injured Child”
Program III: The Home Program Consultation Program IV: The Lecture Series Program  Program V: The Aspirant Program
Program VI: The Intensive Treatment Program

Or choose one of the following topics: Request information on registering for Programs for Parents of Brain-Injured Children. Review the Lecture Series Schedule-Review the IAHP Book List for Parents of Brain-Injured Children, including Glenn Doman’s book What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child

Learn about the Gentle Revolution and programs for parents of well children/Course Name-What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child/Date-November 29 – December 3, 2010
Location-Philadelphia, PA, USA/ Status=Accepting Applications  Contact-Harriet Pinsker – WTD Registrar Tel: (215) 233-2050/ Fax. (215) 233-9646 Toll free: 1-800-736-4663/Email: [email protected]

The author literally grew up at The Institutes, founded by his father, Glenn Doman. Glenn’s half-century of helping brain-injured children function better through crawling, creeping, walking, swimming, and running, and of helping well children to achieve extraordinary brain function, is discussed in his books How To Teach Your Baby To Be Physically Superb and What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child.

I was asked to edit this book because of my extensive experience in working with some of the world’s top swimmers and other athletes, and because of my work at The Institutes in the area of brain development. The program outlined in this book will not only be a great beginning for your child’s overall development, but it will help you recover from pregnancy and further strengthen the family bond.

As a mother, perhaps your most important responsibility is to help your child develop into the best human being possible. There is no better time to provide this opportunity than now.

Dr. Philip Maffetone Consultant to professional athletes,
Past president, The International College of Applied Kinesiology

The Gentle Revolution is another of the
Institutes programs*
The Gentle Revolution began quietly more than a half century ago. It was, and is, the most gentle of all revolutions. Consider the objective of The Gentle Revolution: to give all parents the knowledge required to make highly intelligent, extremely capable, and delightful children, and, by so doing, to make a highly humane, sane and decent world.

The Gentle Revolution proposes that tiny children have within them the capacity to learn virtually anything while they are tiny. It proposes that what children learn without any conscious effort at two, three or four years of age can only be learned with great effort, or may not be learned at all, in later life.By 1964 How to Teach Your Baby to Read was first published. Parents all over the world read the book and the Gentle Revolution began. More than two million parents have read How to Teach Your Baby to Read in hardback in English. Scores of mothers wrote almost immediately to tell of their joy in reading the book and their success in teaching their children.

More than four decades have passed since then. It is now very clear that the children who are truly bright, knowledgeable, capable, and confident are the nicest and kindest children.
They are full of the characteristics for which we love children.
The Gentle Revolution aims to give every child alive, through his parents, his or her chance to be excellent. For more information call: 1 800 344 MOTHER (6684) or Email: htm_r[email protected] (cc 2009)  Please mention the Healthy Referral Newspaper

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