National Conductive Education Day 2020: Letting the World Know We Are Stronger Every Day!
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 within the North American Continent through traditional conductive education (CE) – which is an intensive education-based re/habilitation approach for individuals with motor challenges. Conductive education was developed in Budapest, Hungary by Dr. András Pető and has been accessible here in Grand Rapids since 1999.
Conductive education is an innovative learning system – based on the principles of neuroplasticity – that merges elements of education with re/habilitation. Conductor-teachers work with program participants to help them gain, or regain, physical mobility and self-sufficiency one small step at a time. CE operates on the premise that no matter how severe the disability, people can learn and improve when they are motivated.
The Conductive Learning Center of North America kindly asks you to join us in honor of National Conductive Education Day on Friday, February 21st, in our new facility at 2401 Camelot Court SE in Grand Rapids to celebrate how our CLC students become “Stronger Every Day.”
We kindly ask that you RSVP by February 14th to email@example.com
Our day of celebration will be as follows:
1:00-1:30 Visit our Classrooms
1:30-1:45 Meet with CLC Board Leadership
1:45-2:00 Ambassador Ceremony
2:00-3:00 Cake cutting and celebration
To find out if conductive education is right for you or a loved one, or for more information about the Conductive Learning Center of North America, please contact Andrea Benyovszky, Ph.D. Director at (616) 575-0575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.