WTD Course
kristen August 7, 2012

{Copy of letter being emailed to subscribed families in Australia & New Zealand this evening}

August 7th, 2012

Dear parents and friends of Grow Foundation,

We are excited to write to you about a wonderful development involving The Institutes For The Achievement of Human Potential helping families here in Australia.

You are more than likely aware of IAHP’s parent course “What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child.” This week-long course is designed to train parents to help their own children with conditions like Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Down syndrome. This unique, empowering and life-changing course is delivered in centres around the world, but has never before been held here in Australia.

WTD Course Grow Foundation is proud to announce that there is a possibility we might bring the “What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child” course to Melbourne, Australia in March 2013.

We write to you seeking expressions of interest from parents who would like to attend the course. Clearly, the event being brought closer to home will bring this invaluable training within reach for many families for whom the distance has been too great. But this is no small production and in order to make it possible we have a minimum number of seats we would have to fill.

If you and/or your partner would be interested in attending, please do let us know ASAP. If someone you know would be interested in attending, please feel free to share this email with them. If you need to read more about this course or about some of the results children are achieving through this approach, visit – www.growfoundationforkids.org or www.iahp.org

We very much look forward to hearing from you. And if you are interested in helping us in any way, please do get in touch.

Yours in health,
Kristen Morrison
Grow Foundation Ltd

*If you are interested in attending, please send an email to GrowFoundation@gmail.com, indicating the names of interested parents. Course price will be the same as it is in every other country, plus a modest contribution to staff travel.



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