Autism & the Doman Method

 
Autism & The Doman Method

People diagnosed with autism are not hopeless...

Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder. An individual who has been diagnosed with autism likely suffered an event that took place before birth, during or after birth, which affected their brain development and function. When the brain is damaged, the individual can have a range of symptoms as a result. For children diagnosed with autism, often the brain damage suffered can lead to symptoms such as poor speech development, hyperactivity, sensory hypersensitivity, disorganization, anxiousness, poor fine and gross motor skills, and poor depth perception

People diagnosed with autism are not hopeless. In fact, they have shown great potential for improvement with a home-based program of stimulation and activity that improves brain development. The human brain is able to change and rewire — this process is called neuroplasticity. The Doman Method program has been designed to help the brain develop through specifically designed activities. Nearly all children improve on a home program, and their symptoms reduce, or at times, disappear. Some children graduate from the Doman International program and join their well peers in school. Our goal for each and every child is wellness — well enough to look and function like every one else, and succeed and be happy in life. While this is an incredibly challenging goal to achieve, our main objective is excellent results.

If you have a child or loved one diagnosed with autism, you can begin a Doman Method program by attending our parent training seminar called: “The Doman Method Course: From Special Needs to Wellness”. This three day seminar teaches parents how to do a treatment program designed for maximum progress in cognitive, motor and speech development, as well as improved behavior, health and physiology. To see upcoming course dates, you can click here.

You can join the many thousands of other families who have learned about the Doman Method and started helping their loved one with autism. Should you have any questions about how we can help your family, you can contact Doman International worldwide representatives here.


Autism is not necessarily a life sentence, as many parents are led to believe by cynical professionals. We have found that children diagnosed with autism have great potential, when given the ideal treatment, at home with their families. This is a truly remarkable thing to witness.
— Spencer Doman