Douglas Doman, world famous researcher on child development from The Institutes of the Achievement of Human Potential, will appear in Carmel for the first time on September 27 at The Fountains.
The event, hosted by the International Talent Academy, will consist of two lectures. The first, “The Pathway to Wellness” from 1:30 to 4:30p.m., is a lecture that will address how parents can improve the wellness of their mentally challenged or special needs children. “Fit Baby, Smart Baby, Your Baby!”, from 6 to 8:30p.m., is a lecture that will inform parents on how they can make their child intellectually and physically stronger than average children.
Tatyana Komarova, ITA Director, speaks highly of Doman and his methods.
“In Doman’s course, I learned about teaching preschoolers to read, do math, play music, speak foreign languages, and how to multiply their intelligence and be physically superb,” she said. “His students demonstrate their deep knowledge and skills in many different subjects including foreign languages, astronomy, biology, literature and more. The other parents and I were completely stunned watching them perform their skills.”
Doman is Vice Director of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP) in Pennsylvania. The IAHP is a non-profit organization that provides teaching programs and literature in which it promotes it as improving the health and neurological development of normal children and of children who have sustained a brain injury.
A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to IAHP to help ensure that the work of The Institutes is available to generations of children and parents in the future. Any remaining funds will be used by ITA to offer free or discounted programs for underprivileged children in and around Hamilton County.
Doman has lectured to more than 21,000 parents from more than 21 countries and five continents. Tickets are $15 per person or $25 per couple, per lecture. Register online at www.internationaltalentacademy.org.