PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 3 The Institutes for the Achievement ofHuman Potential (IAHP) announced today that parents of special needs childrenfrom five continents will converge on The Institutes' world headquarters inWyndmoor, Pennsylvania on December 1, 2008 to attend "What To Do About YourBrain-Injured Child" -- an intensive course covering every aspect of specialneeds children from the most profoundly involved child to the child who isalmost normal but not quite.
There are hundreds of symptomatic labels used to describe special needschildren -- some include: Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Mental Retardation,Vegetative State, Down syndrome, Hyperactivity, Developmental Delay, andLearning Problems. "These labels often confuse and frighten parents becauseit's assumed these conditions are incurable," explains Director of TheInstitutes Janet Doman. "Many parents feel alone and helpless when dealingwith their child. It's a great relief for parents to understand the nature ofthe brain and learn that the brain can be treated effectively. After more thanhalf a century of search and discovery, we have learned that when parentsunderstand how the brain grows, they are the best therapists and teachers thattheir child will ever have."
The purpose of the course is to give parents the tools they need to givetheir children a fighting chance at wellness. Parents participate in more than50 hours of lectures, demonstrations, and practical instruction on the growthand development of their child. They learn how to evaluate their child'scondition, design a balanced home program comprised of intellectualstimulation and physical opportunity and they learn how to create aphysiologically appropriate environment for greatly improved health.
About The Institutes for The Achievement of Human Potential
The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential is a worldwide,nonprofit organization, founded in 1955 by Glenn Doman. Its mission is toraise significantly the intellectual, physical and social abilities of allchildren. Parents learn how the brain grows and how to speed that growth intheir brain-injured child or to enhance that growth in their well child.
To receive more information about the What To Do About Your Brain-InjuredChild course, or to receive the free booklet: "The Pathway To Wellness",containing 240 vital points on what parents need to know about children whomay have been diagnosed with brain-injury symptomatic labels such as MentallyDeficient, Cerebral-Palsied, Epileptic, Autistic, Developmentally Delayed,Hyperactive, or Down syndrome, call Registrar Harriet Pinsker1-800-736-4663, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit: http://www.iahp.org.
SOURCE The Institutes for The Achievement of Human Potential