Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati
We Help Children and Adults Lead Better, More Independent Lives
Parent and Child Intensive Group
Approximate Age: Up to 3 years old
The Parent & Child Group is for children in their beginning stage of conductive education. A parent or caregiver stays with the child at all times, working directly with the conductors. The program is very stimulating, fun and intensive. The focus is on teaching the mother and father to work with their children in a playful manner. Adults also learn ways to encourage their child’s intellectual, physical and emotional development.
Classes are offered for parents of children as young as 12 months, providing support, advice, and practical tips to maximize learning opportunities for the child, as well as guide the child through his or her developmental milestones. Being a new parent in the world of disability can be overwhelming, and our classes are designed so families can connect and learn from one another and our experienced staff.
Early Childhood Group
3 to 5 years old; Up to 5 days per week;
The Early Childhood Group focuses on promoting all aspects of development. Children work toward furthering the development of their social skills, movement ability, speech, communication skills, and cognitive functions. Sessions planned with an opportunity for all children to engage in group dramatics. Developing creativity and participation skills are emphasized in this group.
Adolescent/School Age Group
6-10 years old and 11–18 years old; 5 days per week:
The Adolescent-School Age program recognizes this very important time in a child’s development. The focus is on preparing the children for life and the many challenges ahead. Functional daily life skills are emphasized through active, involved learning. Children work toward furthering the development of their social skills, movement ability, speech, communication skills
Up to 5 mornings:
Dedicated to helping adults individually or in a group setting. This program focuses on facilitating functional motor skill acquisition while empowering individuals through the use of the social context. The integrated complex programs help individuals relearn skills lost due to stroke while also focusing on teaching new movement strategies to address residual disabilities. Sessions dedicated to improving balance, coordination, and ambulation skills, in addition to working on developing fine motor skills, endurance, and self-help skills.
Approximately 3-17 years old
Summer Camp is an opportunity for children of all ages to come for an intensive four-week session of conductive education. Groups of children, similar in age and physical challenges, learn mobility skills, independence, and functional daily living skills, within a supportive group atmosphere of fun and adventure. Each age group examines a specially selected topic and curriculum while working toward the next level of independence.
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School Hours: 9am – 2:30pm