Wednesday, May 5, 2010

What to do about your brain injured child

For those who have been told that there is no help for their child- READ THIS BOOK. For those seeking hope when they have been told ther is none- READ THIS BOOK. For those who believe that their child deserves to lead a better life than what is predicted for them- READ THIS BOOK.
 It is a sad fact that when your child has been diagnosed with a severe disability parents are often told not to expect much, that the brain cannot be fixed- in some cases it can. This book is written by Glenn Doman, founder of The Institutes in Phildephia USA. Through his life time of work with the brian injured he has proven that a damaged brain can be made to function again. He has developed a program that can help the blind to see, the deaf to hear, the immobile to crawl- then to walk and then to run. Don't be mistaken, this program is extremely hard work... but it can be done. If you are looking for hope- you will find some in this book.

1 comment:

  1. what a great find Dawn, every little bit of hope is all you need, for Blaise to succeed, even if it's just to crawl, or talk get my drift, all these little luxuries we take for granted. Keep on keeping on guys, you will get there, (wherever "there" is) your already doing such a wonderful job with Blaise. xoxo S