Zambia and Uganda have received support and provision of expertise, materials and curriculum for children whose start in life was devoid of basic developmental experiences, so they may overcome and discover success regardless of their initial circumstances.
Scott Kane Memorial Lending Library
A free online resource is available for parents needing supplies and training information to facilitate their neurodevelopmental program.
A snapshot of current developmental function of gifted, typical or struggling students is a good way to expose root causes of underperformance at school or on the job. With a better understanding of underlying issues and why symptoms may be occurring, the remedy you have been searching for may be a simple matter of development!
Plan to host a free seminar for your group to raise awareness of help available for struggling learners.
Steps of Hope coordinates a scholarship program for children and families who are otherwise unable to access the benefits of neurodevelopmental programs. Missionaries are offered scholarships to fund course work toward a better understanding of children in their care.
Parents and professionals are offered encouragement, support and information about the Neurodevelopmental Approach which includes time-tested and cutting-edge techniques for improving academics, coordination, behavior and over-all function.
What We Do
All profits of his book, Walking with God in a World Gone Busy by Alan Bias support the ministries of Steps of Hope. Be sure to get a copy that explains how you can simply and easily recall God’s faithful moments throughout your life, how you can continue to benefit from them and how to endow these stories to your children, and your children’s children!
"Life Changing" are words often chosen by families to describe the results of a brain training program. Read a few testimonies of success. We also have some research results that point to success!