Help­ing kids achieve their po­ten­tial

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Teach­ing and learn­ing is a joy­ous process and par­ents de­serve to ex­pe­ri­ence the joy that comes from teach­ing a baby to read and do math and im­part­ing en­cy­clopaedic knowl­edge.

There are also pro­gramme kits: > The Doman Ad­van­tage - New Born Kit > The Doman Ad­van­tage - English Read Kit > Glenn Doman Math Kit Pro­gram > Glenn Doman English Read Kit Pro­gram > Glenn Doman Man­darin Read Kit Pro­gram > En­cy­clo­pe­dic - Bits of In­tel­li­gence His.pas­sion, pur­pose and cause is to help Achil­dren live up to be all they can be, side by side with their par­ents and fam­i­lies, striv­ing to­wards this great goal in the hope for a bet­ter world.

To find out more about how the amaz­ing and af­ford­able pro­gramme kits are able to cre­ate joy­ful learn­ing and bond­ing be­tween a child and his/her par­ents, visit the up­com­ing Moth­er­hood Fair at KLCC from Feb 28 till March 2 at Hall 2, Booth C077 or log on to

www.glen­ndo­man-ip.com.my or call 012-386 5383.

Glenn Doman In­tel­lec­tual Pro­gram Sdn Bhd is lo­cated at 42-2 (2nd Floor), Block D, Zenith Cor­po­rate Park, 1, Jalan SS7/26, Ke­lana Jaya, Pe­tal­ing Jaya.

tHE In­sti­tutes for the Achieve­ment of Hu­man Po­ten­tial, founded by Glenn Doman, are a group of non-profit in­sti­tutes that have been serv­ing brain-in­jured chil­dren and teach­ing par­ents from ev­ery con­ti­nent for more than half a cen­tury since 1955.

Chil­dren ad­mit­ted to the pro­gramme range in age from the new­born ba­bies to young adults. No child is re­fused ad­mis­sion be­cause of the sever­ity of their di­ag­noses, and range from those with cere­bral palsy, epilepsy, autism, hy­per­ac­tiv­ity at­ten­tion deficit dis­or­ders and Down Syn­drome.

The In­sti­tutes for the Achieve­ment of Hu­man Po­ten­tial’s ob­jec­tive is to raise the abil­i­ties of th­ese chil­dren in three main ar­eas:

> Phys­i­cal growth end­ing in phys­i­cal nor­mal­ity.

> In­tel­lec­tual growth end­ing in in­tel­lec­tual nor­mal­ity. > So­cial growth end­ing in so­cial nor­mal­ity. Many of the chil­dren achieve two of th­ese goals while some achieve all of it. With its suc­cess, Doman and his staff be­gan to ex­tend their teach­ing to help par­ents of nor­mal chil­dren stim­u­late their child’s brain and help th­ese chil­dren reach their po­ten­tial in life.

Doman’s re­search has shown that a child’s brain grows ap­prox­i­mately twice in size from birth to two years old and then grows to al­most its full ca­pac­ity by the time he turns six

child’s brain grows strongly through stimulation and use and his mind is shaped by the in­put it re­ceives from birth.

Teach­ing and learn­ing is a joy­ous process and par­ents de­serve to ex­pe­ri­ence the joy that comes from teach­ing a baby to read and do math, and im­part­ing en­cy­clopaedic knowl­edge.

Ba­bies, mean­while, have the right to ap­pre­ci­ate the joy of learn­ing with par­ents.

Doman of­ten said that moth­ers are the best teach­ers in the world and the par­ents he in­spired and taught con­tinue to prove that he never gave up on any child and his dream of bet­ter kids for a bet­ter world lives on.

Over the years, Doman has pub­lished a hand­ful of sim­ple, in­ex­pen­sive books:

A child’s brain grows strongly through stimulation and use and her mind is shaped by the in­put it re­ceives from birth.

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