Mark Your Calendars for These Upcoming Events

Mark Your Calendars for These Upcoming Events

Conductive Education Awareness Day: Thursday, February 21, 2013
CLC is excited to join with 37 other Conductive Education Centers in Canada and the United States to support our 4th “National Conductive Education Day 2013” – This single day provides the opportunity to focus community, political, educational and healthcare attention on the good work we do in communities across the continent.

Fifth Third River Bank Run: May 11, 2013
Team CLC is now forming. We are excited to be a Tier 1 Charity Partner in this year’s race. Don’t miss out on the fun. We encourage you to join us as a runner, walker or volunteer. There are some great perks associated with being part of our team, including trainings and indoor race day prep and gear storage, not to mention you will be contributing to scholarship funds that will help children with motor disorders become more independent.

Please send your name to info@conductivelearningcenter.org to be included in Team CLC communications.

Lacrosse Clinic: June 2013
Aquinas College Men’s Lacrosse will be offering the 3rd Annual Charity Lacrosse Clinic for boys. The clinic kicks off in June. Please stay tuned for dates and further details.

CLC Summer Camp Program: July 2013
Summer Camp at the Conductive Learning Center is a great opportunity for kids of all ages to come for an intensive experience with Conductive Education. Children of similar ages, who are facing similar physical challenges, learn mobility skills, independence and functional daily living skills, together in a supportive group with an atmosphere of fun and adventure. Each age group examines a specially selected topic and curriculum while moving to the next level of independence. Applications for Summer Camp 2013 are currently being accepted. The deadline for applying is February 1, 2013 and applications can be found online.

To provide opportunities for preschool and school age children with motor challenges to achieve optimal physical, cognitive and social independence through the application and promotion of conductive education principles.CLC is a 501(C)3 Organization