Month: August 2016

New Conductive Education charity

It seems a long time since anyone set up a new CE charity  in the UK but one has recently been formed by a mother, Judith Robert, in the north of England.

http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/14710127.Chester_le_Street_mother_of_disabled_child_sets_up_charity_to_help_families_get_pioneering_treatment_in_the_UK/

Families and Conductive Education (FaCE) aims to help  parents obtain the ‘treatment’ they need for their children. Judith’s daughter Ava, currently has sessions with Tunde Rosmics, founder of Conductive Life Services near Darlington.

For more information go to

www.facebook.com/FamiliesandCE

Writing about Conductive Education

I have written many times about the need to write about Conductive Education to explain, educate and discuss the subject. It is particularly important for conductors to do so and this week I discovered that a recently qualified British Conductor, Ceri Winfield has been attempting this via her blog on the website for her services, Conductive Care.

www.conductivecare.co.uk

Ceri graduated and qualified as a conductor in 2015 via the National Institute of Conductive Education,with a first class honours degree and the Brian Fraser Prize for Conductive Pedagogy. She has been providing services near Fareham, Hampshire since then and has been writing on her blog since May 2016.

Postings are short but succinct and should be of interest to those wishing to know about Conductive Education, providing a good introduction.

Let’s hope others will follow suit.