Conductive Education Summer Camp in Trinidad and Tobago

Three years ago Anne Marie McIntosh set up the Shay Foundation for Conductive Education  in Trinidad and Tobago offering an annual summer camp for children with cerebral palsy.

I do not usually note such summer camps as they are not that unusual these days,  but this one is offering the children a rare opportunity to experience Conductive Education in their own country, half-way across the world from any nearer services.

So I am very pleased to say that it is still going and the 2014 camp will run from 4 -22 August as the MOIRA Conductive Education Centre of Budapest is sending two conductors  to provide Conductive Education for the children.

Like other small ventures, the Foundation has to make a charge for each child to cover costs etc, and one mother is appealing for funds to help her three-tear-old son attend this year.

I do hope she is successful and that there continues to be at least an annual opportunity for the children of Trinidad and Tobago to experience and learn from Conductive Education.


More information about Casablanca

I have just discovered some more information about the venture in Morocco.

This article in Hungarian reports that  MOIRA, a CE organisation set up in Hungary in 1987  is involved in the project. It has introduced CE services all over the world since 1991  and further information about it can be found at