Following the previous story... His mummy’s words from 2015: “For some years Tommy has been having weekly Conductive Education sessions and as a result he has improved massively with his gross & fine motor skills, and can stand unaided for a couple of minutes. He can also take a few steps! ( His current personal best is 8!!) He can walk a short distance with quad sticks (Physio said he would not be able to do this and are closed to the idea of him even trying quad sticks).” A
” Don’t compare your progress to that of others. We all need our own time to travel our own distance.” In 2015 Theo and Tommy’s mum wrote the following lines: “The nature of their disability means that neither of the boys can walk unaided. Both use walking frames to get around. Their speech is very difficult to understand, they cannot write, tie a shoelace, do a clip or button, are prone to falling over and generally struggle to co-ordinate everything they do.
“Words might inspire but only action creates change.” Baby Joseph was a tiny 18 months old little boy when we first met. He set in his baby chair and observed the world around him. The family was full of worry but full of hope. They had faith that there is some support out there but the words of the medical professionals still echoed in their head: -“ He is deaf. “ -“He is blind. “ -“Don’t expect too much.” But they still had hope... and asked for help. They felt that they ar
“I believe that life is a journey, often difficult and sometimes incredibly cruel, but we are well equipped for it if only we tap into our talents and gifts and allow them to blossom.” When Leo’s mum contacted us in September 2017 she said she felt Leo had lot more potential then what he showed or any health-care potential would expect from him. At that time he was 1 year old and his condition was far more complex for anyone to expect more from him than to be a baby who is ha
Nothing worth having happens overnight. This principle applies in the world of conductive education too, therefore we always aspire to plan and prepare for long-term. Our people come with hopes for progress and we believe that they can all experience it. However there are certain rules for achieving long-lasting results. One of the fundamental conditions for positive change is commitment. Where is commitment, good plan, strategies and supportive environment .... see what happ