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What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child – 2016

Grow Foundation is proud to be sponsoring the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child Course again in 2016. The 2016 course will be held at the Parkview Hotel in St Kilda Rd, Melbourne. The event has been rescheduled to later in the year as follows: Registration in...

Melbourne Marathon, 2014

For our third year in a row, the Grow Team took part in yesterday's Melbourne Marathon - our biggest fundraiser of the year! The kids team braved the cold mornings at the start of training but they smiled all the way. This event really has become a highlight for the...

IAHP Parent Course Dates for 2015

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? The...

Interview with a parent #5 – Peggy Hooper

Peggy Hooper's involvement with Grow Foundation began when she performed an Opera solo at our Foundation Launch in February 2011. So, two years later, when Peggy and her husband welcomed their third child Jacinta into the world - and discovered she had Down syndrome,...

The Institutes Collaborators, Past & Present

Glenn Doman founded The Institutes For The Achievement of Human Potential in 1955. Glenn's groundbreaking work with brain-injured children secures his position as the grandfather of 'Neurodevelopmental Therapy', a term created by practitioners who use an altered...

Spencer Doman – our Special Guest for 7 Days

For the first time ever, we are excited to host 7 Days of Q & A with Spencer Doman. Spencer Doman is a Child Brain Developmentalist at The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. He joined the Institutes’ staff after graduating from Temple University, with...

Interview with a parent #4 – Paulina Browitt

Paulina attended the 'What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child' Course in June 2013 to help her son Miller - who was born with Prader Willi Syndrome. 1. How did you feel when you were told of your child’s brain injury and prognosis? Completely devastated. Miller was...

Interview with a parent #3 – Alison Else

Queensland Mother Alison Else attended The Institutes course in Melbourne last June, having already begun a program at home for her son Darcy - who was born with Down syndrome. Alison's program was developed just from reading some of the Doman books, but after the...

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