Month: December 2012

New discount on Conductive Education Press books now available

I was just about to blog about another good offer for Conductive Education Press books as there is  25% off all titles until 13 December, using the code 12SANTA at the checkout.
  Then I saw that Andrew has beaten me to it. Therefore I will just give you a taster of his posting and a link to it.

His latest posting starts:

Read how András Pető developed his method, cut through the myth, and perhaps find things not quite as many imagine them. You may then join those who puzzle about who András Pető really was.
Read Bob Dent’s book review from the Budapest Times (both book and review are in English):
You can read the rest of his post at
Books can be ordered by going to store/cepress and making your selection.
Enjoy, and don’t forget to let us know what you think about it.

Art and history of Cerebral Palsy MIdlands

An exhibition showing the art and history of Cerebral Palsy Midlands is now on in the Community Gallery of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

As stated on BMAG’s website:

The exhibition displays paintings and sculpture created by artists from the Birmingham-based charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands, showing key aspects of their lives through the medium of art. The exhibition also explores the history of CPM since its formation in 1947 alongside the life stories of individuals who have been involved with the charity.

The exhibition runs until 1 January 2013.

I hope to get there before it finishes, let me know if you see it too.