Series: FMTV Special Expert Interviews | Runtime: 34m 02s | Release date: 2016
Douglas Doman is the vice-director of 'The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential'. As president of The Institutes in Europe, he is responsible for The Institutes' operations and families throughout Europe. He also serves on the board of directors of The Institutes in Mexico, where courses and the lecture series are presented each May.
The Institutes' campus focuses on brain-injured children and clinical programs to help them reach full potential. Douglas’ early years on the staff were spent creating the 'School for Human Development', a school for brain-injured young adults. He and his staff created the world’s first Human Development Course, a circuit utilizing physical activities that promote brain organization and development.
From 1977 to 1980, Douglas and his staff made significant breakthroughs in the physical development of well and brain-injured children. They researched and discovered the quantification of human mobility and, working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, helped create the Vehicle for Initial Crawling.
Douglas co-authored 'How to Teach Your Baby To Be Physically Superb', which has been translated into 10 languages, and is the author of 'How To Teach Your Baby To Swim'.
In this interview with Douglas you will discover: