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Conductive Education- A treatment for individuals with CP

Postby Conductor » Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:37 am

Conductive Education® is an innovative learning system – with a core belief in neuroplasticity - that merges the elements of education with rehabilitation. The system deals not only with the physical needs, but also with the social and psychological issues facing people of all ages with neurological conditions. This includes cerebral palsy, developmental delays, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke and Parkinson's.

Some of the areas in which CE can help include:
- to learn a variety of problem solving skills and techniques to increase independence and mobility;
- to assist with transferring newly learned skills into one’s daily life;
- to build confidence and self-esteem in own abilities;
- to increase awareness of body movements, surroundings and environment;
- to improve speech, communication and social skills;
- to improve symmetry and posture in all positions;
- to improve balance, breathing and coordination;
- to improve weight bearing and transference of weight.

Conductive Education is offered throughout many countries and is an option out there for individuals.

I work for an organization which is based out of Canada. If you would like more information our website is
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Re: Conductive Education- A treatment for individuals with C

Postby himusarker » Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:03 pm

I did not know about conductive education but now i could know about it .It is a helpful way.Really i like this system.thanks
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Re: Conductive Education- A treatment for individuals with C

Postby Justinjude » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:56 pm

Becoming self dependent is important and this therapy does well in making that happen. Please share some good resources where one can seek the benefits of Conductive Education?
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