The Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati
Helping children and adults live better, more independent lives
Conductive Education is rehabilitation through learning by doing rhythmic and repetitive tasks. It is not hospital PT or OT. Conductive Education helps people with Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida and other neurological and motor disorders.
Conductive Education focuses on helping the whole person. It’s based on the idea that everyone has the capacity to learn. We target daily life skills that include sitting, eating, walking, toileting and dressing independence.
Conductive Education helps those with motor disabilities to learn to assist themselves. Conductive Education has been shown to increase their ability to function independently, bolsters self-esteem, level of motivation and general health.
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“Conductive learning is a place where miracles happen everyday. It was absolutely unbelievable seeing him gain strength in his legs to the point he could stand with his bare feet holding onto a table or chair. Kate – John Paul’s Mom.
“Thanks to Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati, students like Ellie can now lift their heads, bear weight on their feet, stand independently and even walk with assistance. – Annie, Ellie’s Mom
“It didn’t take long for to see a difference. We were swept off our feet seeing how the children were taught, in a deliberate and well-planned succession, a series of skills which allowed them to progress in ways they had never been able to before! – Amanda Grieshop
News & Announcements
The Conductive Center of Greater Cincinnati is in the news for their ground-breaking work and dedication to the Conductive Education concept “Connecting the Mind to the Muscle.“
At two years old, Dayton didn’t move He didn’t even splash in the water. I saw a segment on 60 Minutes about something called Conductive Education. I looked online and found the nearest Conductive Education school was located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. We applied and Dayton was accepted to the school.read more
Donna Speigel Wins Tri-State Community Hero Award Donna Speigel, Founder of the Snooty Fox Retail Stores and the Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati, was featured as a Tri-State Community Hero Award by WCPO.com and Cincy Lifestyle Magazine for her work...read more
New York Times Interview with the Conductive Learning Center’s Founder, Donna Speigle –
We just published an interview with Donna Speigel, owner of the Snooty Fox chain of consignment shops. Last year, the 11 stores rang up more than $5 million in sales.read more
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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School Hours: 9am – 2:30pm