We’re upfront about our policies and program commitment.

Holding participants accountable for what they agreed to do ensures they receive maximum benefit from our program. Brain Highways participants who graduate from our courses whole-heartedly agree with that statement and often even express gratitude for holding them accountable (noting that they probably wouldn’t have done the work if we hadn’t).

Below, you’ll see four policies, as well as the explanations for why we have such requirements. Following that, you’ll see additional program clarifications and commitments. As part of the enrollment process, participants sign that they have read and agree to these terms.

 

 


1. There are no refunds or credits once enrolled in the Brain Highways adult course, regardless of the circumstances.
If there is no viable way for a participant to continue with the course (e.g. an emergency surgery that requires a long recovery time), we will make an exception to this no-exception policy. However, in all cases, the decision to refund or credit an enrollment is still solely left to Brain Highways.
 

 


2. During the first half of the course, participants agree to do the physical brain work for 30 minutes a day, extending that to 45 minutes a day for the second half. 
This is the minimal amount of time that participants need to spend in order to experience changes during the course.
 

 


3.  If participants fall behind with either their weekly minimum floor time minutes or course assignments, Brain Highways may opt to postpone sending more weekly materials, postpone responding to personal questions, and postpone giving feedback on assignments.
We don’t want participants to get so far behind that it becomes impossible to complete the program as intended. So, if we initiate the above, our intent is only to get participants’ attention and motivate them to get back on track as quickly as possible. To note: All participants receive one grace (where they can be late submitting an assignment). But our expectation is that participants complete assignments and turn them in on time.
 

 


4. If participants go “rogue” (i.e. skip over or partially complete course assignments or do not do the daily floor time minimum)—and do not get back on track in a timely manner—they are no longer considered doing the course as intended. In such case, participants no longer have access to program materials or receive further feedback from the staff. In such case, there is no refund or credit.
If participants continue to ignore parts of the program that we’ve deemed mandatory, as well as our suggestions for getting back on track, then we really don’t know how to help them at that point. In short, such participants are no longer doing the Adult Program in a way that we’ve experienced yields results.
 

 


More Clarifications and Commitments

  1. Brain Highways is only an educational program intended to provide information, movements, and activities related to brain development.  It is not a medical program, nor are its activities considered therapy. Therefore, any kind of medical insurance or flex plans do not apply.

  2. It is a misrepresentation of the Brain Highways program to use information presented as part of our courses as the basis to identify a participant as having a learning disability or in need of special services.

  3. Brain Highways makes no claim to “fix” or “cure” a participant.

  4. Neuroplasticity (the brain’s ability to change) is not affected by medication or a diagnosis.  Therefore, it makes no difference if participants are on medicine or have a diagnosis.

  5. The only time a diagnosis “interferes” with the program is if participants are not open to considering whether specific behaviors are learned, rather than actually related to the diagnosis.

  6. Participants assume full responsibility and liability for deciding whether program information is valid, relevant, and applicable and for ensuring their own safety in regards to anything related to the program.

  7. The average participant requires a total of 150-300 hours of the floor work (that combines creeping and crawling) in order to complete the lower brain development; however, people often experience some kind of notable change with as little as 10-15 hours of brain organization.

  8. Since program results are linked to completing assignments and doing daily physical movements that organize the brain, it is not an option to choose to do just some of the above.

  9. So long as participants do the minimal daily floor time requirement, Brain Highways staff will make modifications (e.g. extend deadlines, individualize to make it easier to complete assignments, etc.), as needed.

  10. Brain Highways never wants participants to feel as though they must believe something or respond in a way that is not compatible with their core convictions. In rare cases, where such convictions interfere directly with key components of the Brain Highways curriculum, we find ourselves at a crossroad. That’s because our program is based on what we’ve experienced with thousands of participants and knowing what works effectively. Yet, we also want to respect participants’ opinions and honor that they ultimately know what’s best for them. So, if we cannot find some common ground, participants may end their participation in the program, but without any refund.

  11. All materials, techniques, and methods provided to participants are considered proprietary to Brain Highways. By enrolling in the program, participants acknowledge that such materials, techniques, and methods constitute confidential information and agree not to disclose such confidential information to third parties without written permission from Brain Highways. This includes, but is not limited to forwarding or duplicating Brain Highways materials. (Note: Participants sometimes forget this part of their agreement when they enthusiastically start “showing” others how to do the floor work. However, doing so not only violates these terms, but a “diluted” version of the Brain Highways program is not in anyone’s best interest. In other words, we would not offer a full, comprehensive program if we thought others could truly organize their brain with less information.)

  12. By enrolling in the program, participants agree never to use any of the Brain Highways proprietary information for their own commercial use or the commercial use for someone else or in any other way whereupon the confidential information may result in financial gain.

  13. Distributing Brain Highways materials to someone not enrolled in the program is grounds for ending such participants’ participation with no refund.

  14. Participants need access to high speed internet, Adobe Flashplayer to view the videos and Adobe Reader to view and print the pdf handouts. If participants experience difficulty receiving the multimedia materials due to a technical problem not created by Brain Highways (e.g. a compatibility problem unique to a particular version of a computer), participants either contact their computer manufacturer for assistance and/or find another way (borrow someone’s computer) to receive their materials.

  15. Brain Highways staff does not make special accommodations to deliver course materials in ways that differ from how the weekly multimedia links are sent.

Click on the Brain Highways waiver if you’d like to review that, as well.