Sunday, 31 January 2010

US: congratulations due

SB is go

The advertised course on Conductive Education and spina bifida has attracted the required number of registrants and is definitely on. There will be seven participants, six of them conductors.

This is a big step for CE, the first CE/SB event in the international CE movement's very first CE-SB event, anywhere.

A big step for conductors too, a professional-development course outside Hungary, attended by six conductors.

Hats off to Kasey Grey and Andrea Benyovszky. They deserve a medal. Please ladies, written report of the course when it is done, so that we can all learn something.

Spina Bifida and Conductive Education
Two-day workshop
Conductive Learning Center
Grand Rapids
18-19 March 2010

The course follows on from the successful inauguration late last year of one of CE's first special interest groups. So, it can be done! Sign up to keep in touch:


A couple of previous postings on spina bifida


More where those came from!

UK: meanwhile, less cheery news

Next week's Hemi-Help education conference in Birmingham, particularly relevant to teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs, special needs advisers and educational psychologists, has been postponed until further notice, due to a lack of confirmed attendees,

It was to have included a contribution from conductor Wendy Baker, on Conductive Education. So it goes. A sign of the times?

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