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Uploaded on May 20, 2008
Abby was a girl who had meningitis as a baby and suffered brain-damage. She was blind, could not sit up or crawl, and could not feed herself. Her parents read "What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child", by Glenn Doman. They began patterning, and after a few months, Abby began crawling. After six months, she began creeping. Then she began to walk. She is no longer blind, can read at a second grade level, and can feed herself. She walks a mile a day, is funny and smart. Abby is like thousands of other brain injured children who have been helped by The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, the non-profit organization founded by Glenn Doman. http://www.iahp.org