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How to Empower Successful
Brain Development in Your Child

Why does successful brain development in children matter? Because children are amazing learning machines. They depend 100% on learning for everything they’ll ever be able to do. And learning occurs in the brain. The brain’s job is to create billions upon billions of new connections and organize them into coherent and effective patterns of movement, thought, emotion, feeling, and action. Brain development in children can occur on a higher or lower level. This is true for all children, whether they have special needs or not.

The Anat Baniel Method℠ is a science-based, revolutionary approach for waking up your child’s brain, providing it with the information and conditions to thrive and to powerfully transform limitations into often surprising new possibilities.

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Children with special needs

Children with Special Needs

Awaken your child's brain and make the impossible possible.

Traditional therapies are all about limitations. Anat's work is all about possibilities. -Trish Karlinski

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Typical needs children

Typically Developing Children

ABM is a natural and joyous approach to maximize your child's potential.

The Nine Essentials help my kids develop skills in all aspects of life, while leaving them eager for new knowledge.-Gabi Piccioni

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What's New from Anat Baniel Method

ABM Students-in-Training Share Their Experiences

Helping Children with Special Needs Reach Their Full Potential

Children with Special Needs Inspire Their Parents to Take ABM Professional Training

ABM Helps Babies with Rare Genetic Disorders

ABM Helps Babies with Strokes and Brain Trauma

New Book

"Kids Beyond Limits
is a great gift to
every person who
loves a child in
great need of help...
I strongly encourage
you to take the
advice presented
in this book

Michael Merzenich, PhD Neuroscientist, Professor Emeritus UCSF, member of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine.