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Genetic Disorders

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.


Your Child and Down Syndrome

Matthew Newell, Director of The Family Hope Center, discusses important factors in assessing your child’s development and the factors in helping your child diagnosed with Down syndrome overcome their symptoms.

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.

“Ajax is a Diamond in the rough”

Ajax’s dad, Jeremy D. from Denver, Co, talks about how he and his wife, Madhavi, a neurologist, have seen great improvement in their 4-1/2-year-old son since coming to The Family Hope Center. “Knowing and learning from the team at The Family Hope Center has pretty much changed our lives,” says Jeremy. Find out more at

Mom: “I shouldn’t have waited so long!”

Meet Katie and her two boys, Noah and Isaac. See how their journey changed as Katie, a mother of 11 children shares how her son’s adoption story took a turn for the best. She learned how to help both of her sons in their neurological development.

Jaycen: The sky is the limit.

Meet 6-year old Jaycen who was diagnosed with Down syndrome when his parents brought him to FHC. 3 years later, Jaycen is ready for school with his peers, and excels in sports, though he was unable to run or jump and had poor mobility before beginning his customized FHC program.