No Child is Hopeless

Our goal is for every hurt child to have a fighting chance to be well.

Since 1955, we’ve been pioneering better ways to grow the brain to use the vast capacity that is presently unused.

We Treat the Problem

Treating the symptoms of injury to the brain without addressing the brain itself will fail. Surgery and medication are often used to try to eliminate a distressing symptom. Medical treatment of the brain-injured child must be aimed at brain maturation, in order to be safe and effective. The answer is not to be found in the medicine cabinet—but in stimulation and opportunity. This is a more conservative treatment, a safer treatment, a cost-effective treatment, and most important of all a treatment that works.

In-Depth Teaching

We teach our parents about brain growth and development so they can do a program at home to help their child get better.

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Appointments & Support

After attending our live course, parents are ready to receive support, starting with an initial appointment.

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Digital Resources

Through our online course, books and materials parents can start immediately to put their child on a pathway to wellness

"We don’t agree with everyone about brain-injured children. Our disagreement begins with diagnosis, extends to classification, identification, treatment, technique, methods, philosophy, and ends up with objective. We are positive the goal should be to make brain-injured children well, and we sometimes do. The world believes that to be impossible and therefore never does."

The Institutes is a nonprofit organization.

We have survived because we have a program that really works, we work very hard, and because people of good will around the world have contributed to our work.

We could not exist without this help. If you want to help give hurt children a fighting chance to be well, and well kids the chance to be highly capable and confident, then join our gentle revolution and contribute.

When A Good Brain Gets Hurt

There are probably 100 ways for a good brain to get hurt and, by now, we have probably seen all those ways. It does not matter whether that path began shortly after conception, six months before delivery or after birth, in the end, the child is left with the injury and its consequences.

The good news is that the brain has tremendous plasticity. It can recover, it can get better – it is only hurt. Brain-injured children are hurt: not damaged, not diseased, they are hurt. That is why we often used the term “hurt kids”. It is a softer, more accurate and, we hope, more civilized way to introduce the brain-injured child who has been tragically called by so many names that are libels more than labels.

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Is Your Child Brain-Injured?

There are more than 300 symptomatic labels used to describe children who have problems in the central nervous system. These labels rarely include the brain. This is tragic for parents who waste precious time treating the symptoms and limited resources chasing after a proper diagnosis. 


The children with these frightening labels are brain-injured children. Their problems originate in the brain, not the periphery. All treatment to be effective must begin with a real diagnosis. If your child has one of these symptomatic labels your child is brain-injured.

Our Treatment Programs

All of the treatment of our children is done at home with mother and father. The program covers all aspects of the child’s physical, physiological and intellectual development. Parents are taught how the brain develops and how injury to the brain disrupts that development.

Parents attend our courses, read our books and bring their children to The Institutes for evaluation and a program. Between visits parents have the support of the staff when they have a question or a problem.

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What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child

After taking this world-renowned course, you’ll understand your hurt child like never before, and leave with a real plan for the future.

What to Do About Your Brain Injured Child?

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For Parents of Hurt Children

Get to Know Our Kids

Our parents have proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that hurt children have tremendous potential. Meet the brain-injured kids getting better every day:

Carla – Age 6

Carla – Age 6

Cerebral Palsy
Carla – Age 6
Cerebral Palsy

At 9 months of age, a rehabilitation hospital confirmed that Carla had spasticity, and she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. But one day, her mother stumbled upon How To Teach Your Baby To Read by Glenn Doman.

Siao – Age 23

Siao – Age 23

Autism
Siao – Age 23
Autism

At 18 months, Siao was diagnosed as autistic. But at age 3, Siao’s parents attended the “What to Do About Your Brain Injured Child” course, and learned how to help him.

Yoshiki and Yuuki

Yoshiki and Yuuki

Hydrocephaly, Hyperactivity
Yoshiki and Yuuki
Hydrocephaly, Hyperactivity

Yoshiki and Yuuki were the first contributors to The Founder’s Fund when it was created to celebrate Glenn Doman’s 90th birthday. Yoshiki and Yuuki were born ten years ago, and their story is a fantastic example of how the Institutes can help.

Matvey & Timofey

Matvey & Timofey

Cerebral Palsy
Matvey & Timofey
Cerebral Palsy

Matvey and Timofey are twin brothers. One month after they were born, their MRIs showed brain ischemia. This is one of the many cerebral palsy causes in children. The Institutes helped them find wellness.

Sara – Age 25

Sara – Age 25

Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay
Sara – Age 25
Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay

“With this program you always have goals to achieve to improve your life. It must be done with tenacity and believe in what you do. It is the only way to improve and be patient, you will definitely notice the results.”

Ana Isabel – Age 15

Ana Isabel – Age 15

Developmental Delay
Ana Isabel – Age 15
Developmental Delay

Ana Isabel was born with complications and suffered a severe brain injury that affected her development. Now she’s in tenth grade in a highly academic school in Guatemala. Not only is she at her grade level, but also she has shown academic excellence.

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