Hurt Kid Questions
How do I have my child evaluated by The Institutes?
How are programs at The Institutes different from other available treatment options?
How about results?
In the world of hurt children there is nothing more important that results. We have the greatest archive in the world of what happens to a brain-injured child when you intervene and provide appropriate stimulation and effective opportunity. We have been recording and publishing our results for over 45 years. See Major Victories 1998-2019 to see the significant positive changes our parents have achieved.
Do you have courses other than those in Philadelphia?
Do you treat mildly hurt children who may be diagnosed with hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder, or learning problems?
Is nutrition a part of The Institutes program?
My child is taking a lot of medication. Can The Institutes help us?
My child has a rare condition. Have you ever treated a child like my child?
As I search for answers for my child, what questions should I be asking?
This is a very good question. We propose there are four questions that are vital:
- Do you treat brain-injured children? (not just evaluate them)
- If so, what is your treatment protocol?
- What are your results?
- Where do you publish those results?
Do I need to attend the course if I already read the books?
Who was Glenn Doman?
How many locations do you have?
The international headquarters of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential is in suburban Philadelphia, 8801 Stenton Avenue. Our website (iahp.org) has more information about the Director, Janet Doman, Senior Executives, and our representatives around the world.