In our curriculum learning the ABC is as important as learning to look down to our feet so to know where to position them to be able to stand and step, to reach and grasp, to hold a pencil and […]
We always look for what abilities the person already has as a foundation for finding ways to develop further functions and skills. That doesn’t mean that we ignore the affected limbs or side of the body.
Through operative and progressive observation we design the environment which encourages meaningful active involvement.
This can only be done with the active participation of the person involved.
Charlie Goldsmith Parkinson’s I don’t know Charlie Goldsmith and I have just recently come across with this video. When I watched it my heart started beating fast with excitement. I have been encouraging the people in our practice with Parkinson’s […]
Before reading this, I want you to know that I recognise that these may be difficult questions to answer. And that’s ok! I believe they are important to think about. I wish for everyone to enjoy their work and […]
We are offering a great opportunity for interested candidates to learn and gain valuable experience of our practice of conductive movement pedagogy. The aim of this initiative is to teach you what we know and also for a suitable candidate […]
I hope your year is off to a great start. A start that will lead you to get the results you wish to experience in your life. Remember patterns established play themselves out eventually without any conscious effort. I welcomed […]
It was impossible to utter it in his presence. When he was sitting with his disabled children, who learnt slowly to eat and drink, walk and write in one of the rooms at the institute – he sang with them, […]