Sunday, 15 February 2009

Law firm chooses CECO video to explain CE

Accolade should draw attention to useful tool for presentation and orientation

Law Firm Robert A. D'Iorio and Associates of Washington DC publishes a smart blog-based website called Cerebral Palsy Birth Injury Lawyer Blog.

Just posted last week is a video, flagged as follows:

The following video discusses the benefits of conductive education for children with cerebral palsy.

Excellent choice

One approaches this with some trepidation. What might they have done?

In fact they have chosen very wisely, the promotional video produced by the Conductive Education Centre of Orlando (CECO), already on YouTube and possibly the best-yet centre-promotion video on line.

This high-production-value video is introduced by Joe Raymond, Founder of CECO. It includes powerful parental testimonies, two neurologists saying just the right things, and sensible words from conductors Judit Muncz and Alexandra Gaudi.

CECO’s web presence was favourably reviewed on Conductive World just over a year ago. Minor carp: please lose the word ‘therapy’.

This video was presumably made with the domestic market in mind but could be usefully brought to the attention of lawyers and others seeking a quick fix or initial orientation on Conductive Education anywhere in the English-speaking world, and possibly elsewhere also.


D'Iorio, R. A. (2009) Cerebral palsy and Conductive Education, Cerebral Palsy Birth Injury Lawyer Blog, 11 February
Sutton, A (2008) Parent to parent in Florida: powerful new website on line, Conductive World, 2 January

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