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A Multidisciplinary Approach To Helping Your Child

Please view this video first.

This first segment of this Education Series, “A Multi-Disciplined Approach to Helping Your Child” provides an overview of FHC’s multi-disciplined approach to helping your child with any developmental challenges. We recommend viewing this video prior to accessing the specific topics in this series that include the answers to the questions most parents ask, and specific topics on autism, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, Down syndrome, dyslexia, epilepsy and issues with your adopted child.

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Your Child and Developmental Delays

Part of The Family Hope Center Education Series. Carol Newell, Co-Director of FHC, teaches about the areas of your child’s brain that could be the sources of their developmental struggles, and how to identify and begin treating the symptoms.

The Family Hope Center utilizes a scientific approach to teach, guide and support parents of children with special needs and professionals to proactively improve their child’s development.

Answers About Your Child

Part of the Family Hope Center’s Education Series to help parents of children diagnosed with neurological difficulties understand and identify the root causes of their child’s challenges, and provide information on the particular symptoms presented by children diagnosed with ADD, ADHD or other diagnoses on the spectrum.

Benjamin Blossoms!

Molly and Abe talk about how skeptical they were when Abe’s sister told them about how The Family Hope Center could help them with their 12-year-old son, Ben. At 12-18 months, Benjamin began displaying developmental issues and by 2-1/2 years old began services for Autism to manage his echolalia, extreme hyperactivity, self-biting and poor eating and sleep habits. After discovering FHC’s comprehensive team approach taught them how to be the therapists for Ben’s nutrition and physical programs, and seeing the tremendous progress, Molly and Abe now have hope for Ben to lead a normal, independent life. (10:28)

Now I can go to college!

14-year old Oliver D. from Manchester, England, came to the Family Hope center with multiple diagnoses including severe learning, social and physical developmental delays. His mother Elaine discuss the tremendous changes he has had in 2 short years on the FHC program, and has made gains of 290% in the past 6 months. Oliver now has lots of friends, communicates well, is finally “part of the family”, and above all, he is happy. “Now I know I can go to college, instead of having a dead-end job!”, he says. (5:50)

The Family Plan

Julie, a Homeschooling mom of 5 children from West Virginia talks about the amazing transformation of 3 of their children who shared symptoms of Learning disabilities, social issues, ADD/ADHD, Tourette’s Syndrome and more.

After “hitting a wall over and over again”, and constantly being disappointed in their progress, Julie attended the Family Hope Center’s Parent Training Conference. She says, “It was remarkable to find someone who could look into your heart and know what you’re going through, and show you that there’s absolutely hope”