Children diagnosed with Down syndrome often have slower development in mobility, language, and manual competence, but are commonly treated as if they are unintelligent, incapable, and hopeless. The parents of these children are often told to warehouse their children and forget them.
For half a century The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (http://www.iahp.org) has been teaching parents of Down syndrome children and providing them with the tools they need to help their children become intellectually, physically, and socially excellent. "Each and every one of these children deserves a fighting chance to be well and enjoy a full and rich life," states
This month The Institutes is offering the course What To Do About Your Brain-Injured Child, to be held
A recent graduate of the course wrote, "I learned that there is help for my child. This course has been such a blessing because teachers, doctors, and parents of other children with Down syndrome didn't believe this to be possible."
One young man who was diagnosed at birth with Down syndrome and began The Institutes program as a baby, recently received a degree in economics at the age of 22. As his parents explained, "The program helped him overall in developing his intellectual potential. As a matter of fact he is a tireless, insatiable reader … and an example of what can be achieved."
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