Thursday, 17 August 2017

CONDUCTIVE EARLY INTERVENTION

A baton

Nine years ago conductor Wendy Baker and I published a little overview article entitled 'Parent-child interaction as focus for early intervention: experience from early-age Conductive Education '. This remains live on line, free and open access:


Around a year later Wendy competed a masterate, 'Developing interactions between parents and their young motor disabled children through Conductive Education':


I had rather wondered whether 'early-years conductive education' (upbringing and pedagogy) might hold the basis for a coherent academic literature around emerge. It hasn't. Perhaps Semmelweis...

Wendy Baker is now headteacher of a primary school in Staffordshire, in England.

References

Baker, W. (2009) Developing interactions between parents and their young motor disabled children through Conductive Education, MA (Childhood in Society), University of Warwick

Baker, W., Sutton, A. (2008) Parent-child interaction as focus for early intervention: experience from early-age Conductive Education, Interconnections Quarterly Journal, no 2, July, pp. 14-22

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