New Website BrainInjuredChild.org Gives Hope to Parents by Offering a Child Brain Injury Resource
The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential has launched BrainInjuredChild.org, an online child brain injury resource for parents.
The website, as well as a five-day course on What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child that starts April 21, teaches parents effective child development, and how to evaluate and treat their brain-injured child at home.
Founded by Glenn Doman, author of What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child and the popular Gentle Revolution series of books and materials, The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential offers child brain injury resources for parents on such varying conditions or learning disabilities as autism (http://www.braininjuredchild.org/autism-communication.html), Down syndrome (http://www.braininjuredchild.org/down-syndrome.html), cerebral palsy (http://www.braininjuredchild.org/midbrain-injury.html) and epilepsy (http://www.braininjuredchild.org/seizures.html). BrainInjuredChild.org lets users search by symptom to find available articles on these subjects and more, and also includes recommendations for helpful books as well as ways to sign up for classes just like What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child.
The goal of this child brain injury resource is not just to help thousands of students with learning disabilities, but to give hope to their parents.
“This course empowered me with the tools to handle not only my child’s problem but to help him grow and learn to read,” said the mother of a brain-injured child regarding one of the available trainings. “This course has truly helped me take responsibility in this area and has showed me the infinite possibilities available to my family and my child.”
Those who want to learn more about this child brain injury resource can go to http://www.BrainInjuredChild.org to find everything they need, including success stories.
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- The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential
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