Follow these simple steps to learn about our family program.
Step 1: Listen to these three audios to learn how an inflexible nervous system adversely affects our lives.







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Step 2: Read about who benefits from participating in our family program.

brain highways participants enjoy proprioception in the family onsite program

Our family program is for everyone. Any of us can improve our brain’s efficiency and change our reaction to stress.

But our program has also specifically helped thousands of people with diagnoses, such as autism, ADHD, OCD, CAPD, PTSD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, sensory processing disorder, and learning disabilities yield remarkable, lasting changes. It has additionally helped thousands of people with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, resistance, meltdowns, transitions, focus, distorted fears, insomnia, lack of confidence, and social skills.

That’s because incomplete lower brain development and an inflexible nervous system—the primary focus of our family program—are often the missing pieces of the puzzle for helping such people move forward.

Step 3: Watch these one-minute trailers with these two thoughts in mind.

Anyone can change his or her brain - whether such changes are small or monumental.

All kinds of changes are possible, which means such potential is not limited to just these kids' experiences.

This trailer focuses on how Levi, a child with autism, is now speaking after being nonverbal for the first seven years of his life. If you'd like to learn additional ways that Levi has also changed, click here to watch the full video (3:38).

 

This trailer shows how Ella is no longer experiencing debilitating, panic attacks. If you'd like to learn more about Ella's journey, click here to watch the full video (4:33).

 

Step 4: Read “How We’re Different” to learn how our program is truly unique.
Step 5: If you haven’t done so, watch the short videos at the top of our home page. If you've already watched those videos, go on to Step 6.

The first two, one-minute videos explain why lower brain development is important and how to get out of survival mode. The following videos show how incomplete lower brain development may be showing up in your child’s life—in ways you may not have realized.

Note that the stars of these videos are prior participants from the family program. While they're now just acting in the videos, that’s how their life used to be. So, when you watch these videos, you may find yourself saying, “That’s MY child!” Or, you may even say, “That’s ME!”

Step 6: If you'd like a preview of a few topics that we address in our family program, listen to the following audios. Or, go straight to Step 7.



Step 7: Choose which course description matches your family, and then click on that link to learn more.

ONLINE FAMILY COURSE

This course is for kids who are three years old to young adults (and their parents) who live anywhere in the world that’s not within an hour’s driving distance to the San Diego Brain Highways Center. The entire course is done in your home, and no apparatus or equipment are needed.

ONSITE FAMILY COURSE

To do our part to help slow the coronavirus, we won’t be holding onsite classes for the time being. Instead, families who live near the Brain Highways Center will just participate in the online family program (as most people in the world do).

However, if in the middle of this upcoming course, there’s a change (and it’s safe for everyone to resume life as before), we’ll shift back to holding classes at the Brain Highways Center. For now, please click on the online family course link, and follow those steps.

 

Note: Our online program is for kids who are 3-4 years old, even if they live close to the Brain Highways Center. Our Brain Highways Baby program is for new and expecting parents.

 

 

 

The Brain Highways program has earned the respect of both parents and professionals. Its noninvasive approach often helps children move forward in ways that were not previously perceived possible.

Dr. Diane Bedrosian