The What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child

Curitiba, Brasil

12-17 November 2017

Brazil32  Português

What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child is a comprehensive course that provides parents with vital information on how to significantly increase their child’s mobility, intelligence, and social growth, and to improve their health and physical growth.


Parents are the best therapists:

The Institutes strongly 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.


Children may have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, developmental delay, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, or learning problems. The Institutes treats the full spectrum of children – from those who are blind, deaf, paralyzed, insensate, and speechless to those who have learning problems.—and every kind of brain-injured child in between. 

No child is ever turned down because of the severity of the brain injury. The Institutes provides help for all brain-injured children.

What parents say:


“This is the first time I’ve attended a training institute where I actually felt the staff loved and believed in what they were doing and teaching. It was a pleasure to hear over and over again that a brain-injured child can be helped and had potential.”

– Father, Denmark


“Nothing in my life will ever compare to this week. You cannot put a price on the wellness of your child.”

– Mother, Canada


“It was everything I expected and a thousand times more. It is so wonderful to finally understand why the things I have been told to do don’t work and simply don’t make sense. It is wonderful to listen to so many people talk about the joy they have in helping our kids instead of slamming the door on them.”

 Mother, Australia


“This course has changed and saved our daughter’s life. Our mission as a family is clear now. Our purpose is to make our brain-injured child well, to give her the same opportunity we have, and to achieve her dreams.”

– Mother, U.S.A.


“Do whatever it takes to get to the course. These five days will forever change your life and, more importantly, your brain-injured child’s life.”

– Mother, U.S.A.

 Brazil Special Needs

Our staff in Brazil

Brazil Support Team

Our Support Team: Dr. Bertine Miranda, Dr. Aline Miranda and their staff in Belem. 

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March 2016

Dear Parents,

Our friends in Brasil are very busy seeking support and sponsorship that we very much hope will make it possible to do the What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child course in Curitiba November 2017. 

If their fundraising activities are successful, our parents will be able to attend this course with a significantly reduced expense fee.

Now we have to be sure that our enrollment is completed as soon as possible so that we can confirm the reservations for the members of the staff from The Institutes who will be traveling to Curitiba to present the course. We cannot do so without knowing if you will be enrolling.

If you wish to attend, please contact us immediately by calling or e-mailing our registrar, Harriet Pinsker. Parents who enroll in the course and pay their tuition before 1 June 2017 will receive a 20% discount on the tuition for the course. 

Harriet’s telephone number is +1-215-233-2050, extension 2868, her e-mail is

We look forward to welcoming you to what we hope will be one of the most exciting and important weeks of your life.

Warmest good wishes to you and your child,


Janet J. Doman



P.S. In the event that you cannot join us for this course, we would be grateful, if you would take a moment and e-mail us so that we know that you received this letter. Tell us if you would like to be updated about future courses or receive our e-newsletter.

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– Call 215-233-2050, ext. 2868