ICAN was formed in 1999 as an association of
self consciously Christian neurodevelopmentalists to:
· To give God the honor and glory for designing us in a way that makes it possible to give hope to families with loved ones with learning and developmental problems and that this work is inspired by and directed by Him.
· To give parents and loved ones of individuals on ICAN neurodevelopmental programs the assurance that we who are doing this work share their values.
· To learn from the founders of the neurodevelopmental work and to collect their research and knowledge as much as possible to preserve their wisdom and insights.
· To further the neurodevelopmental work through research and training in new areas as new information and breakthroughs occur.
· Through interaction with each other, to share and develop new observations and to share experiences and information that may serve to further our work.
· To provide a means to train and certify individuals committed to furthering this work.
· To set professional standards of excellence for ourselves and for the professionals that we train so that this work may be continued in its development while maintaining standards of excellence.
ICAN has evaluators and locations across the US and in Canada. More information can be found at the ICAN website:http://www.icando.org
ICAN Certified Neurodevelopmentalists
Company name: Little Giant Steps
Marilee Nicoll Coots
Company name: Help With Learning Neuroeducational
Company name: Hope and A Future, Inc.
Company name: SENC, Southeastern Neurodevelopmental
Company name: CAN-DO: Christian Access
Company name: Step By Step
Company name: PATHWAYS for NeuroEducational Development
Retired and Inactive Members
OTHER HELPFUL LINKS
ChemBalance is a program developed by John Kitkoski and Karen Nielsen to get the body in balance and on it's way to total health.
Communicating Partners is a clinical and educational resource center for families and professionals responsible for Late Talking Children. Its services are based on the ECO communication programs developed at the Ohio State University by Dr. James MacDonald and students from 1971-1995. Its primary mission is to inform parents and professionals of the many successes that parents can have in helping their children socialize and communicate. The center focuses on the essential role that parent-child communication plays in the successful development of children with Autism, PDD, Down Syndrome, Attention disorders and other delaying conditions.
This site is brought to you by moms who are changing the face of Down Syndrome. Here you will find hope and help from moms who have been there... as well as an active mailing list.
is a fellowship of Parents Rearing and Educating Autistic Children in
Samonas Sound Therapy is a prescriptive sound therapy program recommended by specifically trained sound therapists. This advanced system of sound therapy was developed by Ingo Steinbach. It is used by neurodevelopmentalists to address hypersensitivity to sound, attention, focus, auditory tonal and sequential processing, behavioral and tactile issues.
International Christian Association of Neurodevelopmentalists
HELPING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
REACH THEIR GOD GIVEN POTENTIAL