Month: November 2013

Conductive Education Richmond will be open for individual and group sessions once a month on Sundays as well form January 2014.

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The Richmond Conductive Education project was set up in 2012 with the help of dedicated parents and supportive individuals to provide vital education and rehabilitation services for children and adults with neurological conditions and for their families in the London Borough of Richmond.

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From January 2014 we are increasing the number of days of services we offer. If you would like to enrol please contact us for additional dates and times, by e-mailing  Mandy at mandyelliott100@gmail.com

or Judit at judit.szathmary3@gmail.com.

We are passionate about leading the way in assisting
individuals to create a better future for themselves.

Classes and individual sessions are held in the Norman Jackson Family Centre, Hampton

Our Facebook page:  

http://www.facebook.com/ConductiveEducationRichmond

The Richmond Conductive Education project is generously supported by:

         Tel: 020 8560 0000

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One of our pupils from the Conductive Education Support Centre in Brockenhurst, Hampshire UK, graduated from University today!!♥

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You can see Sam when he was a little boy on the second photo on the right, helping another little boy. What an outstanding achievement is his graduation for him and his proud family.  Sam is also a talented singer.  What a wonderful day.Sam's graduation

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Sam's graduation 1

CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION RICHMOND SPRING TERM TIME TABLE 2014

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Patch Summer 2012.

Saturday 11th  January

Saturday 25th January   

Saturday 8th February

Saturday 22nd February

Saturday 8th March

 Sunday 16th March

Saturday 22nd March

Sunday 6th April

Saturday 12th April

 

Classes are held in the Norman Jackson Family Centre, Hampton from 12.30 pm-3.30 pm.

Our Facebook page:  

http://www.facebook.com/ConductiveEducationRichmond

The Richmond Conductive Education project is generously supported by:

         Tel: 020 8560 0000