Today we are releasing an updated brand identity, including a new official name, Conductive Learning Center of North America (CLC). This change reflects our role as a North American leader in the field of conductive education. The new logo still captures our heritage by utilizing the colors reflective of both institutions from which CLC took root – Semmelweis University András Pető Faculty (formerly known as the International Pető Institute) and Aquinas College.
It exhibits the permanent cooperaton between the three institutes over the past 20 years, a relationship that is still unique in the international field of conductive education and conductor-teacher training.
CLC provides opportunities through conductive education (comprehensive educational, holistic and child-centered approach) for individuals with motor challenges. Students living with complications from premature birth, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida or traumatic brain injury are given the opportunity to achieve optimal physical, cognitive and social independence through the application and promotion of conductive education principles.
Conductive Learning Center of North America’s attendance statistics have demonstrated that there is a nation-wide need for the conductive educational system that is delivered following the traditional model. Over 50% of our students are from out-of-state, reflecting the widespread demand indicated by the organization’s new brand. We believe the new name and identity captures the growth in the scope of our impact since our founding in 1999.
The new brand will be displayed anywhere we are out in public, such as our website, social media and very soon on all of our printed materials, as well. “We’re Moving Forward.”