First aired August 2, 2017
Epilepsy: why suppressing symptoms doesn’t work
In this interview, Janet Doman who continued Glenn Doman’s ground breaking work with brain-injured children through the international institutes for Achievement of Human Potential talks about the institutes’ multi-layered approaches to increasing brain function of healthy and brain-injured infants and children. She explains the counter-effectiveness of seizure-suppressing medication in epilepsy and highlights how parents can play a vital role in the child’s therapeutic and brain developmental programme. This interview gives hope and opens avenues for families whose loved ones have suffered vital brain damage to regain or increase their overall functioning and quality of life.