Developed at the world famous PETO institute in Hungary, conductive education challenges the conventional medical approaches, by providing a holistic approach to improve the physical, intellectual, social and academic abilities of children and adults with motor disorders, with the ultimate goal of enabling them to lead independent lives. Huge steps can be achieved, significantly changing lives – a parent said of her son that after a 3 block sessions he was able to control his tummy muscles and walked for the first time.
Conductive education is particularly aimed at combating the impact of:
- Cerebral palsy
- Parkinsons disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Brain/spine injuries