Conductive Education: benefits and challenges

It is great to read on Andrew Sutton’s blog today that the above article on Conductive Education has been published in an American special education journal.
http://www.conductive-world.info/2009/05/rejoice-rejoice.htmlIt is only available to read if you have a subscription to the journal, Teaching Exceptional Children or are a member of the Council for Exceptional Children, but I have managed to read the reference list and am pleased to say that all those mentioned are available in the National Library of Conductive Education.

Getting a copy to add to the library stock may take a little while as copyright and permissions/purchase will be necessary, but hopefully this article will become a new addition as soon as possible and be accessible to all users of the library.

I suggest you contact Melanie Brown mel@conductive-education.org.uk if you wish to be informed of its availability or wish to access any of the references.

The full reference is:

Ratcliffe, K. and Sanekane, C. (2009) Conductive Education: benefits and challenges.
Teaching Exceptional Children,May/June, pp. 66-72.

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