Courses and Programs for Well Children

We believe that the brain is an incredible organ, capable of processing amazing amounts of information. We also know that the brain quite literally grows through learning and concerted practice. Our programs for well children are grounded in those facts.

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Our Philosophy for Well Children

For the past 60 years, we’ve developed a suite of courses and programs that not only lay the foundations for a young child to grow, but also guide them for years through their development. In every case, our goal is to build relationships with child and parent that last a lifetime. The objective of all our programs is to help all children achieve excellence. We do so by implementing the following 3 key principles.

Little Ones Are Smart

Small children are capable of much more than they tend to be given credit for. The younger a child is, in fact, the easier it is for him or her to mimic behaviors, grasp cause and effect, and perform small experiments without even realizing it. Our programs take advantage of the fact that little ones are constant learners.

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Kids Want to Learn

At its crux, learning is the highest form of play. Babies and toddlers question everything around them as they explore their world from the moment they wake until the moment they go to bed. In short, kids want and love to learn! We believe that children are capable of learning anything if it is taught in an honest, joyous fashion.

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Capability is Key

In a culture where the concept of teaching “self-esteem” reigns supreme, we believe that confidence is a direct result of capability. Small children can be highly capable with the right stimulation. The more a little one performs a physical task, the better he or she gets at doing it. The same goes for brain growth. The more parents “feed” their children intellectual food, the better his or her cognition will become.

Our Book: How To Teach Your Baby To Read

This book shows just how easy and fun it is to teach a tiny child to read. Fascinating case histories explain the benefits of early reading for both parents and children.

Our Book: How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence

The single most important preparation for a parent who attends one of our courses for hurt children is to read this book. In it, our founder Glenn Doman covers the fundamentals of injured-brain development, and what can be done to set a child on a course to recovery.

Our Most Popular Course

How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence

How To Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence is a comprehensive course that provides parents with vital information to place their child on the pathway to excellence.

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Learning That Lasts A Lifetime

After a family has experienced the incredible growth that can be achieved through How To Multiply Your Child’s Intelligence, most choose to continue their relationship with The Institutes throughout the child’s development (and often, we stay connected into adulthood!) We are proud to build relationships that last a lifetime, through our series of ongoing courses that help parents and children alike achieve excellence.

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There isn’t anything better than seeing children getting the help they need.Support the pioneering work of The Institutes, where our mission to help parents and children never stops.


Common Labels

Is your child brain-injured? These are the most common labels for brain-injured children:

Cerebral Palsy

The most common term used to describe children with mobility problems is “cerebral palsy.” “Cerebral palsy” is a symptomatic diagnosis. The children who are labeled as having cerebral palsy are primarily injured in the subcortical areas of the brain. 

Learning Problems

When a good brain is mildly or moderately injured, the result can be mild to severe learning problems. These are neurological problems that can only be solved with a good neurological treatment program that is directed at the brain itself.

Developmental Delay

“Developmental Delay” and “Pervasive Developmental Disorder” (PDD) are symptomatic labels, not a diagnosis. A proper diagnosis describes where the problem exists in the brain, the degree of the problem, and the extent of the problem to the brain.


Autism” or “autistic” or “autism spectrum disorders (ASD)” are words to describe children who exhibit a wide variety of symptoms, including problems with communication and social interaction.

Attention Deficit Disorder

ADD, ADHD, and Hyperactivity are labels used to describe symptoms experienced by children with difficulty in regards to focus, behavioral problems, and excessive activity.


Epileptic is a label used to describe people who experience neurological disorders which manifest as frequent epileptic seizures.


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Trisomy 21

Trisomy 21, or Down Syndrome, is a genetic condition that is caused by the presence of a third copy of chromosome 21 (hence the name Trisomy 21).

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We’re glad you want to attend! All parents must complete a call with our experts before registering to ensure they are a good fit for our courses. Just fill out the form below and chose a time slot on the next page, and you’ll be one step closer to helping your child succeed.