Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How to effect payment?
Following the assessment you are kindly requested to pay the assessment fee at our Institute’s cash desk in cash (HUF, EURO, USD) or by credit card. The following credit cards are accepted: edc Maestro, Eurocard/Mastercard, JCB Cards, Visa, Visa Electron. The Forint equivalent of the assessment fee is always calculated according to the current rate of exchange of the Hungarian Foreign Trade Bank.
How does a first consultation look like?
During the initial assessment, conductors observe the patients’ physical, cognitive and social skills within a nice environment. With the parents, conductors discuss basic information about the child and make a decision about which group setting is the most suitable for the child. Two weeks trial will be offered for each patient to see whether conductive education is beneficial for them or not.
Where can I eat?
There is a restaurant and a buffet in the building.
Do I have to stay with my child for the whole day program?
After the first consultation based on the child’s/family’s needs the decision will be made by the conductors whether parents can stay in the group or not. Also, there is a possibility for those parents who didn’t participate in the program to have an open day.
How does conductive education work in everyday life?
Conductive education is not just about physical exercises but it is a way of life. By teaching CE enables the patients to learn life skills. These skills can be transferred into their daily routine and implemented into their home environment.
What type of disability is conductive education recommended for?
Conductive education can be helpful for anybody with neurological movement disorders. Cerebral palsy is the most common condition however; it can be useful for children with developmental delay, genetic disorders, etc. One of the principles of CE is that learning is an active process therefore, individuals need to have a level of cognitive ability to benefit from CE.