Whenever you evaluate a facility to care for loved ones, you want to know about the staff. Who are they? What do they do? What’s their experience? What do they think of their work? This is our second in a series of introductions of our staff.
Meet Conductor Judit
My name is Judit and I have been a staff conductor for a long time. After graduating from the International Peto Institute in 1999, I have worked in Austria, Canada and most of my years in the United States. I moved to Cincinnati in August 2008, not much after the Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati has opened its doors. Since then, I live here with my husband and three children, as a happy Cincinnatian.
I always felt motivated by helping children with special needs. As a teenager, I volunteered in different care facilities. Although I enjoyed helping, I always felt the urge for being able to provide a different kind of support that is more than pure care. I have found that in Conductive Education. It amazed me, how the impossible became possible through the method of Conductive Education, as it replaces care with motivation-based participation.
Conductive Education is offered most successfully in group-setting. These carefully structured units ensure, that each member of the class will be engaged in activities that require maximum participation at all times. It is possible because each part of the class-activity is differentiated and altered to each participant, meaning that while the class is working together, students are working on their own goals.
I believe that Conductive Education makes a difference in families’ life, by proving them that their kids are capable of doing more. My favorite part of being a conductor is, that I get to see the changed level of expectation within a family as their children are improving.
Life never stops providing challenges regarding health, family, relationships, or finances. For me, no matter what, the greatest challenge is always the one that needs to be faced at the moment.
The Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati is a Not-for-Profit Corporation under Section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS code. The School offers conductive education methodology as an educational option to students diagnosed with neurological based motor impairments, such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other motor challenges.
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