Learning Disabilities

Grace: I don't have to think as much. It's easier."
12-Year old homeschooler Grace H. and her parents from New Braunfels, TX talk about her frustration struggling with auditory processing issues and the learning difficulties she had before her mother, April, attended FHC's 3-Day Parent Training Conference. "Now math is easier because I can do it faster", says Grace. "Creeping and crawling has helped me understand more of what I'm doing, when I'm doing it, and how to do it."
“He’s grown up more than I could imagine.”

Merete S. from Norway, talks about her son Matias. When he first came to The Family Hope Center, Matias had recently been diagnosed with ADD, and struggled with learning and social difficulties. After his first six months on their FHC Program Matias has made 24 months of progress! Now, at 15 years old, his mother says, "He's growing up, he's more social, and he likes girls".
Klara is Happy!
Occupational Therapist Kirsten J. and her husband Johhny discuss the how the severe sensory and mobility issues they experienced with their daughter Klara have dramatically improved since they attended the 3-Day Parent Training Conference. Klara has developed her cognitive and mobility abilities, and more social and happy than ever.
“So much more than I thought was ever possible.”
Rikke L. of Odense, Denmark talks about her 11-year old daughter Jasmin, and how she spent the first 10 years of her life in and out of hospitals, trying to find solutions for her poor growth, motor and social delays, poor vision, stomach and attention issues. A year after beginning their Family Hope Center program, 4th Grader Jasmin is in the top 10th percentile in her country academically, reads above grade level, and has improved in every area physically and neurologically. (09:31)