Conductive education is a system of learning developed by the Hungarian physician Professor Andras Pëto in Budapest, Hungary after the Second World War.
“Ask me not what I can do for the children with cerebral palsy but ask me what they can learn to do for themselves” (Dr Andras Peto).
Conductive education was initially developed for the needs of children with cerebral palsy.
Conductive education in its fullest form is a unified system of rehabilitation for people with neurological disorders such as Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and those who have suffered strokes or head injuries.
Conductive education is a system in its own right. It is not a composite or amalgamation. It is a system of learning that has been developed with groups of individuals with motor disorders and provides the following benefits: