SOURCE: The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential

November 06, 2007 05:30 ET

Course for Parents: A Fighting Chance for Hurt Kids

WYNDMOOR, PA--(Marketwire - November 6, 2007) - Parents of brain-injured children from 5 continents will attend What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child, a course presented by The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential on December 3-7, 2007 at the international headquarters of The Institutes located on the outskirts of Philadelphia.

"The Institutes have learned that when parents understand how the brain grows, they are the best teachers for their child. There are hundreds of symptomatic labels used to describe brain-injured children. These labels often confuse and frighten parents because it is assumed that these conditions are incurable. Many parents feel alone and hopeless when dealing with their brain-injured child. It is a great relief for parents to understand the nature of brain-injury and the fact that the brain can be treated. Our purpose is to give every child a fighting chance to be well," states the Director of The Institutes, Janet Doman.

This is a course in child brain development for parents of brain-injured children or family members of brain-injured adults. Parents learn how to evaluate their children and how to design a balanced home program of intellectual stimulation, physical opportunity and how to create a physiologically appropriate environment.

About The Institutes

The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential is a worldwide, nonprofit organization, founded 1955 by Glenn Doman. Its mission is to raise significantly the intellectual, physical and social abilities of all children. Parents learn how to speed brain growth in their brain-injured child or to enhance brain growth in their well child.

To receive more information about the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child course, or to receive a free booklet entitled "The Pathway To Wellness" which gives parents 240 vital points to help their child who may have been diagnosed as mentally retarded, cerebral-palsied, epileptic, autistic, developmentally delayed, hyperactive, Down syndrome or other symptomatic labels for brain injury, contact the registrar at: or call 800-736-4663.

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