The Programs of The Institutes are designed to help the parents of brain-injured children.
Historically, children diagnosed with autism, developmental delay, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, learning problems, dyslexia, and a host of other symptomatic diagnoses have been considered hopeless. There are more than 300 different labels that are commonly used to describe brain-injured children.
The vast majority of these labels are not proper diagnoses, but rather they are descriptions of the symptoms of brain injury.
To be successful one must treat the brain, where the injury actually exists.
The Institutes 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. The objective of The Institutes is to help all children achieve intellectual, physical, and social excellence.
The Institutes offers these programs to help the parents of brain-injured children:
Conditions and Challenges:
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