The next What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course begins with registration on Sunday, 29 March 2015, will be held at the Bayview on the Park Hotel in Melbourne. The course will be held from Monday to Friday, 30 March – 3 April.
Is Your Child A Candidate?
What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child is a comprehensive course that provides parents with vital information on how to significantly increase their child’s mobility, intelligence, and social growth, and how to improve their child’s health and physical growth.
Information about the course can be found here.
The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential is a group of nonprofit institutes founded by Glenn Doman in 1955. The Institutes is internationally known for its pioneering work in child brain development and for its programs to help brain-injured children achieve wellness. The list of collaborators who have worked with Glenn Doman to develop this method is extraordinary.
Glenn Doman authored the groundbreaking book “What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child”. This book is translated into a dozen languages and has been used successfully by thousands of families to help their hurt children to get better.
The Institutes strongly believes that:
- Children do best at 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 the family learns how to work as a team, parents can achieve significant results.
- The family is the answer – not the problem.
The Institutes serves children from all over the world. The Institutes offers courses for parents in Philadelphia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Singapore, Russia, India and Australia.
The international headquarters is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Approved branches of The Institutes are the European Institute in Fauglia, Italy; and The Doman Kenkyusho in Tokyo and Kobe, Japan. Official offices of The Institutes are in Aguascalientes, Mexico, and Madrid, Spain.
For more information and to register your interest in the Melbourne courses, send an email to Harriet Pinsker at IAHP – email@example.com.