Episode 37 | November 29, 2022

Stellar Conversations: Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence with Janet Doman

A Personal Note From Orion

It’s amazing to observe babies – they develop at a very fast rate. In a short period, they can learn a new word, a new antic, or a new stunt. 

In this Stellar Conversations episode, I am excited to talk with Janet Doman about child development – what makes kids tick and how babies and parents can mutually benefit from healthy child development. Janet also explains how her father healed and developed the brains of injured children in the 60s. 

Janet is the daughter of Glenn Doman, who founded The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in 1955. Janet became the Director of The Institutes in 1980. She is the co-author of How To Teach Your Baby to Read, How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence and How Smart is Your Baby?

As a parent, this episode will surely open your eyes to the importance of creating an optimal environment for babies and children to develop their brains quickly. So, without further ado, on with the show!



To get the transcript for the episode, including some great tips and quotes, click here.

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