Our Unique Approach

The Conductive Learning Center of North America serves individuals with motor disorders related to complications of premature birth, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, or brain injury. For these individuals, even the smallest tasks – eating, buttoning a shirt, sitting in a chair – can be monumental. The Conductive Learning Center of North America (CLC) can change that utilizing the conductive education (CE) premise that movement and coordination can be learned.

The vision of CLC is that every child living with a motor disability has the tools and education needed to be healthy, confident, self-reliant, and achieve a joy-filled and rewarding life.

We believe conductive education is the best option for individuals with cerebral palsy and other motor disabilities to improve their quality of life. These students and their families deserve to live life to the fullest, despite their diagnosis. We believe this so passionately that we will do everything possible to serve an increasing number of students, maintain a quality program that is aligned with Semmelweis University, Andras Peto Faculty standards (founding principles of conductive education) and serves as a model for others, operate a best in class facility for conductive education, and break down barriers to access for those in need.

Latest Updates

An Evening of Celebration 2021 – Save the Date: October 12, 2021

July 29, 2021

An Evening of Celebration 2021 SAVE THE DATE: October 12, 2021 In-Person & Virtual Watermark […]

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CLC Founder, Chuck Saur, Nominated for West Michigan Women’s Brilliance Awards

June 3, 2021

CLC Founder and Vice-President for the Board of Directors, Chuck Saur, was nominated by West […]

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CLC Spring 2021 Newsletter

March 25, 2021

Click here to read the latest news from the Conductive Learning Center of North America […]

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COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

In response to Governor Whitmer's Executive Order 2020-142, all schools in the State of Michigan are required to prepare and share a Preparedness Plan for operating in the various phases of the Michigan Safe Start Plan which has been implemented due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  To view this document, or for the latest information on COVID-19 cases in Kent County Schools please click below.

Our Mission

To provide opportunities for individuals with motor challenges to achieve optimal physical, cognitive, and social independence through the application and promotion of conductive education principles.