Our Mission

The mission of Prenatal University is to  provide leading-edge research and public educational programs that  include bonding, communication and music exercises to enhance happiness  and cognitive health from preborn through Adulthood. We promote our  mission by distributing education to prenatal, family and women’s health  facilities, and the public throughout the United States, to encourage  enhancement of the preborn's environment and family bonding.


Our Vision

Prenatal University envisions family bonding and communications between parents and preborn babies that can produce effects that could last  a lifetime. Prenatal University wants to provide opportunities for  enhanced and healthy brain development and joyful early learning, that can result in a lifetime love of learning.


Our Goal

Our goal is to inspire the awareness of the cognitive potential 

of every preborn baby. 

In  addition, our goal is to promote understanding that your baby's neural  growth is dependent upon sensory signals from the environment and the  preborn baby's interaction with that environment. 

We hope to revise a  popular and sometimes misunderstood concept that, 

"normal" healthy brain  development can exclude necessary neural input and environmental stimulation.  

The alternative "normal" is to:

1) Provide "prebirth" touch (non-verbal communication) , as well as verbal and musical communication, each of which, will provide developmental input for functionally specific areas of the baby's brain.

2) Provide active and immediate interactive relationship between mother and baby at birth using touch, voice, and music, while also developing long-term social benefits of breastfeeding.


3) Promote continued touch, voice and music as "environmental enrichment" into childhood and beyond.

4) Provide a greater understanding that; the implementation of these goals can reduce and forestall the damaging effect of poverty on the babies of impoverished mothers. 


We look forward to sharing...

Our newsletter will provide all our recent news and research about preborn enrichment.