Conductive Education (CE)
Gain skills, build confidence
and boost independence
We offer a range of fun Conductive Education (CE) sessions for groups of children or individuals tailored to help each child improve their movement, sensory, communication, emotional and self-help skills.
We are very grateful to BBC Children in Need for their support to our Conductive Education sessions.
Babies, children and young people from 0 to 18 years with a primary movement disorder or a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, Down’s Syndrome, acquired brain injury or developmental delay.
Still get in touch with us if you are uncertain about your child’s condition or development.
Through our Conductive Education sessions, children improve their mobility and problem-solving skills to tackle everyday tasks. Just as importantly, they improve their communication skills to express their feelings and needs.
Being part of a group helps them to build friendships and gain social interaction skills like taking turns and sharing toys – while having fun and building their self-esteem.
Our qualified Conductors lead the sessions.
What happens varies according to the age and abilities of the group and your child’s individual needs, but a session may include some or all of the following elements:
Yes. We do encourage parents to take an active part in the sessions working alongside their children. In this way, you can learn simple techniques to support your child in daily family life. Many parents also find the group setting a good way to meet other parents to share experiences and ideas.
1 hour each session, Monday to Saturday
January offer: Book 3 get 1 free, across all CPotential Services
£20 – Assessment. A one-off initial fee that provides access to all CPotential services.
£25 – Group Session
£98 – Individual Session
Our fees are currently an important source of our income and provide greater financial stability as well as allowing us to help even more families. We are not asking you to support those families who can afford to pay the fees but rather those that can’t.