I was sent an email this week asking about the book Susie mentions in a comment on Andrew’s blog about spina bifida
Dr.Erika Medveczky’s book published, I think, in 2006 is Conductive Education as an educational method of neurorehabilitation.
Budapest: Peto Institute. ISBN963 229 819 5This particular book, in Hungarian or English, is only available from the Peto Inbstitute. Although they no longer have a list of publications on their website, the library holds stock, can supply items and would, I am sure, let you know what else is still in print that they can supply.
Unfortunately I, personally, do not have books on CE for sale, but can suggest where to go.
Some titles can be ordered from the Foundation for Conductive Education and include:
Akos, K. and Akos, M. (1991) Dina. Birmingham: Foundation for Conductive Education
Maguire, G. and Sutton, S., ed. (2004) Maria Hari on conductive pedagogy. Birmingham: Foundation for Conductive Education.
Maguire, G. and Nanton, V., ed. (2005) Looking back and looking forward. Birmingham: Foundation for Conductive Education.
All three titles should be available via Amazon too. The Foundation also has a number of other titles in their catalogue produced in the 1990s and I suggest you contact them for availability. These include: Come wind come weather
The transitional years A different outlook
The Foundation may also hold copies of Adult Conductive Education; a practical guide for sale. Copies of all titles mentioned here should also be accessible to users and members of the National Library of Conductive Education. If anyone knows of new titles published on Conductive Education please let me know. Details of any I hear about will be posted on this blog.