Glenn Doman Singapore is hosting a course for parents in Singapore this weekend (July 28 to August 1, 2014). Janet Doman and her team from The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential will be coming to Singapore for the fifth time from July 28 to August 2, 2014!
About the Course
“What to do about your Brain-Injured Child” is a comprehensive course that provides parents with vital information to place their child on the pathway to wellness. In this course, parents will learn how to significantly increase their child’s mobility, intelligence, and social growth, and to improve their health and physical growth.
This is a five day course conducted by Ms Janet Doman and the staff of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. It consists of lectures, demonstrations and practice concerning child brain development with emphasis placed on the brain-injured child.
About Janet Doman
Janet Doman has been the director of The Institutes since 1980. She grew up at The Institutes and was pitching in to help brain-injured children by the time she was nine years old. She was directly involved in The Institutes groundbreaking work in early reading. At fourteen, she illustrated one of the first books ever published that was written and designed to be read by two- and three-year-old children.
After completing studies in zoology at the University of Hull in England and physical anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, Janet devoted herself to teaching early reading programs to parents at The Institutes.
In 1974, she headed a team sent to Japan to teach English to mothers and babies at the Early Development Association in Tokyo. On her return to the United States she helped to create The Evan Thomas Institute, the first of The Institutes devoted to teaching mothers of well children how to develop their tiny children intellectually, physically and socially.
Janet and her father have updated and revised Glenn’s international best-selling books
She has also authored:
- Enough, Inigo, Enough (children’s book)
- How Smart Is Your Baby? (co-author)
- How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge (co-author)
What You Will Learn
- Child brain development.
- How to design programs for your own children.
- Aspects of brain-injury from the mildest to the most profound types.
- You will also receive the opportunity to ask questions regarding your brain-injured child.
Parents are the Best Therapists
The institutes strong believes that children do best at home with their mothers and fathers. When parents know how to provide an ideal environment for brain growth, they are the best teachers for their child. When the family learns how to work as a team, parents can achieve significant results. The family is the answer – not the problem.
Who is it for?
- parents of brain-injured children or immediate adult family members of brain-injured adults
Is your child a Candidate?
Children may have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, autism, Down Syndrome, developmental delay, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, or learning problems. Children range from those who are blind, deaf, paralysed, insensate, and speechless to children who may have learning problems in school – and every kind of brain-injury in between.
Note to Parents with well children
There will also be a seminar for parents with well kids on: How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence.
This seminar is for parents who are searching for essential information to create an enriched home environment for their children to grow and learn. It helps parents understand the basis and rationale of multiplying the baby’s intelligence in a joyful way.
By the end of this course, you will:
- discover new ways to understand and bond with your child
- develop the confidence and enthusiasm to giving your child the best start in life
“The course was even better than I expected. This was one of the best weeks of my life because I’m now equipped with the knowledge to make my son well.” – Jodi Kukla, USA
Instead of the usual frustrations, refusals, disappointments, fights and tears that we meet int he world of brain-injured kids, this course is a supernova of hope and opportunities.” – Martin Holst, Denmark
I learned that my son has a good chance at a rich, fulfilling life. I learned incredible information on how I can grow my child’s brain!” – Jim Campbell, Canada
For more information:
- visit Glenn Doman Singapore on Facebook; or
- call (65) 6456 3526