Our special method (CE) is an educational system, based on the work of Hungarian professor András Pető, that has been specifically developed for children and adults who have motor disorders of neurological origin such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, parkinson’s disease and acquired brain injury.
Conductive Education is a comprehensive habilitation/rehabilitation method that uses active learning and the science of neuroplasticity to reduce the physical effects of various neuromotor impairments such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and acquired brain injury. Conductive education combines physical activities with cognitive tasks, emphasizes communication and takes place in a group setting to optimize active participation and social interaction.
It focuses on the development of the person as a whole and utilizes a complex program to teach skills related to gross and fine motor movements, social participation, communication and activities of daily living. A holistic approach aimed at the individual’s physical, intellectual, and emotional needs is a key feature of the Conductive Education method that makes it particularly attractive to families who seek to prepare their children for later life.
Conductive Education believes in development at all ages.
The enthusiastic and experienced team of professionals are waiting for you at our International Department. Our conductors are interdisciplinary experts with general pedagogical, neurophysiological and Conductive Educational knowledge. Our conductors believe that Conductive Education works and believe in your potential.
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- Adult’s group services
- Individual services
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