We have worked with thousands of children and their parents over the last 60 years, and sent countless numbers of them on the path to wellness.
What We Do
When the brain is injured, the child will either have a problem with the incoming sensory pathways or the outgoing motor pathways or both. When a child cannot see, hear or feel properly, he cannot respond to the world around him appropriately. This may be a severe problem, as it is with the child who is functionally blind, deaf, insensate, paralyzed, and speechless.
This may be a moderate problem, as it is with a child who can not use both eyes together properly, lacks the fine-tuning to handle the common sounds in the environment, or is too sensitive or not sensitive enough to touch and may not yet be able to move or talk or use his hands at age level.
This may be a mild problem, as it is with a child who cannot read, write or do math at age level and who may lack the balance, coordination, language, and manual competence of his peers.
Brain-injured Children Treated
Years of Experience
Amazing Results on 3,393 Hurt Children
We offer a variety of courses to help parents guide their children on the path to wellness.
Of the 416 children who were blind, 350 (84%) saw for the first time in their lives and 296 children learned to read. They ranged in age 8 months to 22 years 1 month.
Of the 172 children who were deaf, 144 children (83%) heard for the first time in their lives. They ranged in age from 8 months to 22 years 1 month.
Of 1514 children whose comprehension was not yet equal to that of the average three-year-old, 1340 children (88%) were able to understand at least as well as a three-year-old for the first time in their lives. They ranged in age from 15 months to 32 years 3 months.
Of the 1570 children who couldn’t speak, 665 (42%) spoke for the first time. They ranged in age from 16 months to 21 years 4 months.
Of the 1916 children who were unable to read, 1856 children (96%) read for the first time. They ranged in age from 8 months to 32 years 3 months.
Of the 811 children who were on anticonvulsant medication, 514 (63%) were completely and successfully detoxified. They ranged in age from 10 months to 33 years 1 month. Among the remaining 297 children 25 of them are in the process of complete detoxification.
Of the 1283 children who were unable to move, 514 (40%) crawled for the first time in their lives. In short, they went from being paralyzed to being able to crawl across a room without help. They ranged in age from 8 months to 22 years 10 months.
Of the 619 children who were unable to creep, 402 (64%) began to do so. This is to say that they defied gravity to move to the third dimension and now get all over the house on hands and knees. They ranged in age from 7 months to 21 years 6 months.
Of the 652 children unable to walk, 352 (54%) began to walk without help. They ranged in age from 14 months to 23 years 8 months
Of the 787 children able to walk, but not run, 399 (50%) learned to run for the first time. They ranged in age from 30 months to 25 years 8 months.
Of 1900 children, 539 (28%) achieved perfect health for at least 12 consecutive months. Of these, 203 had no illness for more than 24 months, and one has had no illness for 13 years 3 months.
Of the 853 children unable to write, 211 (24%) wrote for the first time. They ranged in age from 4 years 4 months to 37 years 8 months.
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:
Angela and Daughter
Angela and Daughter
“I am forever grateful to the most amazing and impactful education experience of my life.”
My daughter, Hannah, became a Student Fulbright Scholar this week. I have fond memories of her crawling track, Bit cards, homemade books, my own school in our home, the two courses I took at The Institutes to be designated a Professional Mother, and so many other wonderful ideas.
After years of home schooling and attending The Evan Thomas Institute in Philadelphia, our daughter enrolled in a prestigious high school, where she is currently a junior. She has earned a scholarship to attend the school (to the joy of her parents); she has straight A’s, is a music scholar, and is among the top three students of her class.
Since the very first presentation of the “How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence” course in 1978, we have been hearing from our parents about their children. Now many of those better babies are all grown up and having their own better babies.