Conductive Education – A dynamic learning system that maximizes the independence and mobility of children with cerebral palsy, Spina bifida, and other neuro-motor disorders.  Programs for children birth to age 26 are available and meet from 3-5 hours per day, 5 days a week in 4 week sessions. All aspects of development are addressed including fine and gross motor, communication, social and life skills. For infant and toddler age children, the program includes participation by the parent or caregiver. The initial four week trial session is offered at no cost to families whose child is new to the program and qualifies for admission. Applications for new and returning students can be found on the website. Once the application is reviewed you will be asked to bring your child for a personal assessment or send a video of your child if you are out of the area.

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