Improving independence, school readiness, and life-skills through early intervention

This exciting opportunity will provide new families with the chance to try an entire four-week intensive session of conductive education at a highly subsidized cost.

This education-based rehabilitation program capitalizes on the impacts of early intervention and is designed to help students gain the confidence and skills needed for Kindergarten readiness.

Candidates for the program must:

  1. Be between the ages of 1 & 6 years old
  2. Have a non-progressive motor disorder or motor delay
  3. Be a child that may benefit from an intensive education service within a group setting

For more information, contact Program Director, Andrea Swiger at (616) 575-0575 ext. 102 or

Referral Partners

Interested in helping children with motor disorders get more out of life? Become a Referral Partner for the Conductive Learning Center of North America! Find out more, and if being a referral partner sounds like a good fit for you, please reach out to Program Director, Andrea Swiger at (616) 575-0575 ext. 102 or

Download the Referral Partner Agreement.

Dr. Michael App, MD MPH
Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
of West Michigan
Megan Rogers, BS, CCLS
Child Life & Patient Experience Coordinator
University of Michigan Health-West
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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.