Conductive Education aims to address all of these problems in a holistic way and teaches people to overcome their difficulties so they could live more independent lives.

Conductive Education is a learning process and not a treatment or therapy. The participants are learning components of skills, which are needed to meet the challenges of everyday life. They are active participants in the learning process and not recipients of a treatment. Conductive Education is a partnership between educator and learners to create circumstances for learning.

Conductive Education is a unique form of special education and rehabilitation, which is beneficial for children and adults with motor disorders. By this we mean any disorder of movement control originating from injury to the brain or another part of the central nervous system. This injury may have occurred before, during or after birth or as a result of an accident, disease or stroke later in life.


Conductive Education is particularly effective for children with:

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Dyspraxia

  • Spina Bifida

  • General Global Developmental Delay


And for adults with:

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Paraplegia and

  • After-stroke conditions.

People who live with any of these conditions, experience difficulties with co-ordinating and controlling their movements. Associated problems often include communication difficulties and sensory impairment. Motor disorders, particularly when they have been present from birth can also lead to general developmental delay, because individuals aren't able to access stimulating experiences from which to learn.

What is Conductive Education?

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