and flash cards
From Glenn Doman, QUID+ learned how to use flashcards as a tool to adapt the words of the parent or educator to the needs of the child, with exceptional benefits for the child's intellectual abilities.
Glenn Doman is an American physiotherapist who, after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1940, began working in an institution for the rehabilitation of brain-damaged children. The results were very encouraging, with many of the children in Doman's care outperforming their “able-bodied” peers. Reflecting on this, he began to think that the education children were receiving was not enough to stimulate them and bring out their true potential. Therefore, he founded a number of Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, where he applied the theories he had developed over the years, teaching parents the correct educational method to develop their children's potential. The Doman method is based first and foremost on the deep involvement of parents in their child's education or rehabilitation: by his own admission, many of Doman's insights were prompted by parents’ observations.