Blast from the past and what is to come!

Recently I was sent a link to an item on the old Foundation for Conductive Education website.

When the National Library of Conductive Education was ten years old  this piece was put on the Foundation for Conductive Education’s website and has a couple pictures of the library and me. The first was taken  shortly after it was established in 1991 at the old Birmingham Institute of Conductive Education  and the other in 2001 at the National Institute of Conductive Education. Shortly after this piece the library moved again into bigger premises in Cannon Hill House where it still is. I was made redundant in 2009 from the post of Librarian as part of a financial belt tightening.

I am still involved in Conductive Education, but in other projects. On thinking about this, I realised that there are, in fact,  quite a few :

I started the virtual library of Conductive Education  at

which now has over 400 items listed and nearly thirty   complete documents in its Depository.  More to be added to both soon as time permits.

My lists of CE centres and conductor consultancies have now been converted into a Map of Where  Conductors Work  using the technical expertise of Ben Foulger.

With Andrew Sutton I have been involved in producing five titles for Conductive Education Press,

and we have plans to publish another book, a quotationary, very soon, with another to follow for
the World Congress.

Watch this space for more details on both titles.

Not bad going! It just goes to show that you never know what the future may bring.

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