Conductive Education (CE) is a unique system of special education and rehabilitation specifically developed for children and adults who have motor disorders and allied difficulties of a neurological origin such as Cerebral Palsy.
CE was developed by Dr. Andras Peto and his colleagues at the International Peto Institute, in Budapest, Hungary. Conductive Education views motor disorders as a potential learning disability due to the effect such problems can have on a child’s ability to explore and interact with their environment independently and spontaneously.
Conductive Education sees the child as a whole, recognizing that each area of development impacts on the next. Physical skills, play skills, communication, social interaction, exploration and self care skills are all developed within a fully integrated program sessions, planned and led by specially trained educators called Conductors.