I am almost back to normal now after the hacking of my blog and have managed to enter some more items in the virtual library catalogue, 27 to be precise.
Please note that not all items are freely available so some of these can only be obtained in full by making a payment or via a subscription to the publication concerned.
You will see that there is quite a mixture of journal articles, blog postings, letters, reviews etc.
Review: Anita Tatlow: Conductive Education for Children and Adolescents with Cerebral Palsy. Enquiry into Theory and Practice.
The development of Conductive Education in Germany
PHOENIX GmbH, Bundesverband der Konduktoren e.V.
Pető András orvos, a konduktív mozgásterápiai képzés megalapozója (Andras Peto, physician, founder of the conductive movement therapy training)
Review of Essential Skills in Demand Lists; Special Education Teachers nec (Conductor (Conductive Education Practitioner)) (241599)
NEW ZEALAND. Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Review of selected physical therapy interventions for school age children with disabilities
S. K. Effgen and I. McEwen
How effective are programs based on conductive education? A report of two studies
S. Bochner, and others
National Institute of Conductive Education
H3 Conductive Education visa
Kerosky Purves & Bogue
Evidence-based perspective on CP rehabilitation –reviews on physiotherapy, physiotherapy-related motor-based interventions and orthotic devices
Amended articles of association in a unified structure
International Pető Association
Conductive Education: a critical appraisal
A. V. Pedersen
Correspondence: Conductive Education [BMJ]
I. Gáti and others
Parental perceptions of a short conductive education programme
K.G.Lie and M. Holmes
Parents’ conceptions of intensive group training. The case of cerebral palsy
P. Ödman, and others
Conductive education using Wii Sport for individuals with disabilities
Z. Zilard, and others
Promoting communication and socialisation in music therapy for children with cerebral palsy
Hong Ching Kho
Effectiveness of physiotherapy and conductive education interventions in children with cerebral palsy: a focused review.
H.Antilla, and others
Intensive training in group for children with cerebral palsy: evaluation from different perspectives
Hong Kong Conductive Education source book [a review]
E. Kinnear, and others
Taking a look at Conductive Education
Disability fears and fears of the disabled in Hungary
To Hungary with love
The development of the verbal regulation of behaviour in cerebral palsy(multiply handicapped) children
Is Pető Institute next in line to be nationalized?
Introduction [ to Conductive Education for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy]
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