Our Co-Founder Kristen Morrison with Douglas Doman, Vice Director of The Institutes For The Achievement Of Human Potential.

Our Co-Founder Kristen Morrison with Douglas Doman, Vice Director of The Institutes For The Achievement Of Human Potential.

Following the resounding success of our first Australian “What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child” Course, we are thrilled to announce that this will now be an annual event! The date has been set for the course to be held again in Melbourne starting March 30th, 2014.

The venue will again be The Bayview On The Park Hotel, Melbourne, who proved to be an ideal location with great service, food and accomodation rates for our interstate families.

This week-long course is designed to train parents to help their own children with conditions like Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Down syndrome. The course is unique, empowering and life-changing. The days are long with homework most nights, but parents leave with an action plan to put into place with their own child.

Testimonials from parents who attended are many, and on the way with some video interviews filmed after the event. We have just published the first Success Story from one parent who said:

“In June 2013, I attended the IAHP “What to Do About Your Brain Injured Child” program in Melbourne.  I was somewhat hesitant about attending because we had already been doing so much of the IAHP program with Darcy at home. I wondered whether I would really learn anything new that I had not already read in the books.

What I gained from the Melbourne program was so much more than I could ever have imagined.  I left the program in Melbourne having completed a thorough evaluation of our little man and having developed a much more individually targeted program – while at the same time understanding why each part of the program is so important for brain development.”

Click here to read more of this family’s story – the improvements for their child are already remarkable, including his having achieved the ability to see where before he was vision impaired!

You can read more about the course here.

To register your interest and find out more, send us an email.