Building Ben's Brain is a blog documenting the trials and victories experienced with a comprehensive neurological program for a teenager with severe autism.
Hi. I’m Dr. Barry Gillespie. I practice in the King of Prussia Medical Center in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. Today I’m going to talk about Gillespie Approach–Craniosacral Fascial Therapy and brain-injured children.
Matthew Newell and his Family Hope Centre (FHC), from Philadelphia, will present the first of two training lectures and introductory programs for parents.
When Debbie Fowler’s 6-year-old son MJ was diagnosed with mild, high-functioning autism, she started doing everything she could to help him adapt to situations that seemed to come so naturally to other children his age.
It was the day that time stood still. When our precious little girl was born, one of the happiest days of our lives rapidly descended into feelings of deep grief, despair, and trepidation for the future.
Your child will never lead a normal life” – so goes the prognosis often heard by parents of kids with special needs. For parents lucky enough to find The Family Hope Center (FHC), the forecast is quite different.