Conductive education and Scope
Some Scope schools use the principles and practice of Conductive Education.
Conductive Education is a learning system designed to enable disabled children and adults to achieve greater independence. It was developed in Hungary, but British therapists and teachers have used elements of the system for over 20 years and now there are a growing number of British qualified conductor/teachers.
Conductive Education may be appropriate for children and adults who have problems with movement, but it is not a cure.
It is important to establish if Conductive Education is suitable for you and your child, and so an assessment or initial visit to a service is necessary if you are considering this approach.
Scope supports the National Schools for Parents Network, which uses the principles and practice of Conductive Education, for children under five and their families. There are around 40 services across the UK.