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Jeremiah’s Promise Center is Coming to the Golden Isles

Neurodevelopmental Center Announcement

BRUNSWICK, GA. – The Golden Isles will be the home of a neurodevelopmental center highlighting academic and therapeutic care for any individual with special needs. Jeremiah’s Promise is opening their doors in the spring of 2024, ready to serve the residents of Brunswick and the surrounding area.

Jeremiah’s Promise has partnered with non-profit, accredited, Atlanta school, Jacob’s Ladder, to bring their proprietary Interpersonal Whole-Brain Model of Care™ (IWBMC™) to southeast Georgia. This model provides individualized programs for any student with neurological and behavioral challenges. Each student will undergo a comprehensive evaluation that explores their neurodevelopmental status, physiology, learning style, and emotional behavior wellbeing. A therapeu􀆟c and academic plan will then be designed for them, based on the evaluation.

“Our family, just like many families with special needs loved ones, believes breakthroughs are possible given the appropriate level of care in a unique and loving environment,” said Vanessa Smith, Executive Director and Founder of Jeremiah’s Promise. “Our school, following the Jacob’s Ladder model, will provide a safe place to learn for anyone with atypical needs, no mater their age.”

“Jeremiah’s Promise is an answer to the prayers of so many families in Glynn County,” said Nigel Brown, Director of Membership Services for the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce. “Their curriculum, coupled with the alternative methods of teaching, will be able to dynamically change the landscape of alternative education in our community and remove the associated stigma.”

Based on scientific data that the brain can be changed and re-wired given the right training, Jeremiah’s Promise is equipped to leave their students with a beter-connected life through a beter-connected brain.

About Jeremiah’s Promise
Jeremiah’s Promise is an academic and therapeutic center serving children and young adults with special needs, including, but not limited to autism spectrum disorder, emotional, behavioral, and relational challenges, cerebral palsy, brain injury/stroke, genetic syndromes, intellectual and developmental delays, and learning disabilities. For more information, visit their website at:

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