AIAHP Information Print
Friday, 06 March 2009 10:59

Bethany does not at present do the program from the Australian Institute for the Achievement of Human Potential, however, her close friend Billee does.


From what we understand AIAHP offers a "complete" program covering physical, intellectual, dietary and other aspects to maximise a disabled or brain injured child's potential.  It is expensive.  From what we know of it:


  • Physical side is based on patterning exercises; we have opted instead for an ABR based approach (refer to therapies section).
  • Sensory play to improve awareness and stimulate
  • Nutritional plan - which covers supplements including vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, fish oil and others, which we have implemented to some degree for Beth already.  It also suggests using a goats milk based formula rather than cows milk or soy based.  Avoidance of any colours, preservatives, additives, sugar or milk products.
  • Respiratory plan - don't have much understanding of this - but to assist breathing.


Check Billee's or AIAHP website for more information.

Last Updated on Friday, 06 March 2009 11:10