Matthew Newell has dedicated his life to helping children and adults with special needs and brain injuries since 1981.
Episode 4 of The Brain Possible Podcast is officially live! The Brain Possible podcast shares the inspirational stories of parents and caregivers as well as interviews with doctors, authors, leading thinkers, and paradigm-shifters in the realm of pediatric health and wellness, all in an effort to change the conversation around childhood brain injury from limitations to possibilities.
Matthew Newell, director of the Family Hope Center in Norristown, PA, joins Tim in-studio to share about how the FHC helps teach parents & professionals about the brain itself.
Labor with Jana lasted 24 hours. Her heart became distressed in the 18th hour, and she was facing up instead of down.
Hi. I’m Dr. Barry Gillespie. I practice in the King of Prussia Medical Center in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. Today I’m going to talk about Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy and brain-injured children.
A girl with severe learning difficulties may one day be able to speak thanks to pioneering brain training.
Matthew Newell and his Family Hope Centre (FHC), from Philadelphia, will present the first of two training lectures and introductory programs for parents.
When you are working with a special-needs baby/child, s(he) may be very loose at the extremities, but the core of the body can be very tight.
At two years of age, one of our searches led us to Dr. Barry Gillespie. He discussed the ramifications of our son’s zero-second brain cycle and his severe full-body fascial strain patterns.
Your child will never lead a normal life” – so goes the prognosis often heard by parents of kids with special needs. For parents lucky enough to find The Family Hope Center (FHC), the forecast is quite different.