In our latest post we mentioned what a wide range of ability level and age range we welcome to participate in CANp. They all have varying needs. They all find different things interesting. We cherish their individuality and how much they can motivate each other to try just a bit harder to work toward their full potential.
Generally they all need to learn to control: muscle tone, posture and coordination. The program allows them to gain better control over their own body. Th
What dreams are made of? One and a half months ago time seemed to have stopped for Conductive Life Service (CLS).
Then it restarted in the best possible way. Our co-worker charity – Families and Conductive Education and CLS had been working on
something what felt like a daunting challenge, but exciting adventure the same time.
It is a project what we feel can make positive changes in our local communities.
We decided to apply for a grant and secure funding for our very ow
Depending on frequency there are three forms of Conductive Education. We at Conductive Life Service offer two out of the three and think it might be useful to have a sort of ‘reference guide’ for them. So let us compare the interval, sessional and permanent CE. 1. Interval Conductive Education Essentially this is our holiday CANp programme, where in school holidays our participants are able to access intensive intervention in a higher daily contact hour – 3 to 5 hours a day f