Treatment for a child with down syndrome, Trisomy 21

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Information about Treatment for a child with down syndrome, Trisomy 21

Published on March 12, 2014

Author: TheBrainGrowsByUse



Vital information on how to significantly increase a down syndrome child’s mobility, intelligence, social growth and how to aid improvement of the child's health and physical growth. The Institutes strongly believes that children do best at home with their mothers and fathers. When parents know how to provide an ideal environment for brain growth, they are the best teachers for their child. When the family learns how to work as a team, parents can achieve significant results for their Down Syndrome child. The family is the answer - not the problem.

Treatment for a Child with Down Syndrome, Trisomy 21 Many parents have come to The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential to learn how to help their children who are diagnosed with Down Syndrome at home. Those parents have proven beyond any doubt that brain-injured children are not hopeless, but instead have tremendous potential. The Institutes exists to insure that all brain-injured children have a fighting chance to be well.

The objective of The Institutes is to take brain-injured children, however severely hurt, and help them to achieve normality physically, intellectually, physiologically, and socially.

The Institutes Developmental Profile measures the growth and development of the brain. This Profile allows us to evaluate a child and make an exact comparison between the hurt child and his well peers. This provides an accurate rate of growth for the child and establishes a baseline against which each child can be evaluated to determine his progress. Each time a child returns to The Institutes, a new Developmental Profile is done and a new program is created based upon that Profile.

How to Help Your Down Syndrome Child (Trisomy 21) • To learn more about our work with children diagnosed with Trisomy 21, or Down syndrome, call 215-233-2050, ext. 2868 4

• The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential serves children from all over the world. The international headquarters is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Qualified branches of The Institutes are the European Institute in Fauglia, Italy, and The Doman Kenkyusho in Tokyo and Kobe, Japan. The Institutes have offices in Aguascalientes, Mexico, Madrid, and Spain. The Institutes presents courses for parents in Philadelphia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, Russia and Australia. 8801 Stenton Avenue Wyndmoor, PA 19038 USA Telephone: (215) 233-2050 Fax: 215-233-9312 E-Mail: 5

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