Motor Challenges such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Stroke-Related Disabilities and Acquired Brain Damage are difficult for anyone to overcome.
Ever Want to See a Miracle?
A real one? Come with me. We’ll go to the Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati [clcgc.org].
It might not look like a place miracles occur, but what place does? It’s an older brick building with converted apartments on top, located at 325 W. St, in Covington, Kentucky. Get out. Look around. Miracles are made here every day. Real miracles. Verifiable ones. Ones that intimately touch lives and make meaning for anyone blessed enough to witness the work done here. The students attending are children and adults from 1-38 years old. Most are between 2-16 years of age.
Conductive Education is often described as rehabilitation through learning since it combines the significant principles of OT, PT, SLP, and Special education. It is an intensive, multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to education, training, and development. The rehabilitative plan is not symptoms or lesion centered, but focusing on the person and personality. Conductive Education integrates medical knowledge with educational methods to enable the individuals to learn how to gain control over his or her movements, how to be more successful in his or her social and interpersonal interactions as well improving his or her cognition.