Conductive Education Bristol

07864176228
bristol.conductive.education@gmail.com
Please jump for Conductive Education Bristol as with your support we will be able to support more children and young adults with Cerebral Palsy and other motor disorders to develop their physical skills, selfcare skills and help them live more independent lives.


Conductive Education Bristol is a Community Interest Company set up to provide Conductive Education sessions to children and young adults with neurological movement disorders (such as Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Delay) in and around the Bristol area. Conductive Education Bristol run parent and child sessions; working with children under 5 and their parents, primary aged sessions for children aged 5-11 years and secondary aged sessions for children teenagers from aged 11. We also run sessions for adults with Cerebral Palsy, enabling adults to develop their skills and work on developing functional skills they find difficult in their everyday lives. During sessions Conductive Education Practitioners work on developing a range of functional movements such as sitting, rolling, crawling, standing and walking, eating and drinking, writing, dressing and undressing. As well as the development of physical skills a main aim of Conductive Education is to develop the child or adults motivation, self-esteem and problem solving skills. Conductive Education Bristol offers sessions at a subsidised cost to all families individuals as we feel that being able to access vital input should not be restricted by cost.

During sessions Conductive Education Practitioners work on developing a range of functional movements such as sitting, rolling, crawling, standing and walking, eating and drinking, writing, dressing and undressing. As well as the development of physical skills a main aim of Conductive Education is to develop the child or adults motivation, self-esteem and problem solving skills.
Conductive Education Bristol offers FREE sessions to all families individuals as we feel that being able to access vital input should not be restricted by cost.