Thursday, 19 November 2009

'It was one of the best summers of our lives together'

Family's six weeks in CE camp, in 2002

Here is a honest, sensitive and thoughtful account. Others will find this item on the Internet, and find it very convincing in all sorts of respects. It will contribute to that great informal Zeitgeist of what people now 'know' about Conductive Education.

It is an excellent account of five weeks in Ability Camp, in Picton, Ontario, raising enough points and issues to keep a seminar group running all day – and the rest – if there are there such things in Conductive Education?:
  • What conceptual and critical tools has Conductive Education offered this family to ease their analysis of this experience?
  • What conceptual and critical tools are available to those who might read it?
  • What conceptual and critical tools has Conductive Education been sharpening up to state its position?
  • What is its position?
  • What is 'it'?

So it goes...

Hyndman family (2009) Therapy for cerebral palsy: what we've tried, Cerebral Palsy Family, 19 November
http://cerebralpalsyfamily.blogspot.com/2009/11/therapies-for-cerebral-palsy-what-weve.html

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