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Small group sessions in an age-appropriate group

  • Children and young adults get to work on their goals with the necessary level of facilitation

  • The social - and personality development of children greatly benefits from the support of the peers

  • The attendees tackle their challenges with the help of a stimulating group atmosphere, hopefully, walking away with a new skill which they can practise in everyday life situations 

Children group conductive education session

Individual sessions

  • The program is flexible to accommodate each child individual needs to learn techniques and strategies relevant to their own personal situation

  • For the development of individuals with motor disability continuity and consistency are essential therefore the sessions are scheduled weekly or forthnightly to ensure the best chance of learning

  • Great opportunity to discuss how to incorporate newly acquired and learned skills into everyday life situations

  • Provide advice, support and training for parents, families and care giver

  • For those who live too far to participate in weekly sessions, or those who are ready to commit to an intensive intervention during school holiday time we are offering block sessions. Depending on individual needs the daily program can be 2-4 hours for the minimum of 3 consecutive days.


Online sessions and consultation

  • It is possible that your child benefits more from home activities and a well-constructed daily routine that promotes his or her independence during the activities of daily life. In this case we are here to support you with strategies and new ideas. These will enable you to help your child to be active, more mobile and realize his or her potential. 

  • Through regular consultations we discuss your concerns, current daily routine, potential changes and teach you effective facilitation methods. 


"Conductive education has helped me to reach milestone and achieve movements that others said I’d probably never manage independently

I’ve made friends with children of similar ages and challenges; we help, support and encourage each other.  I know I’m not alone on my journey.

CANp is my favourite, we work hard over a few days and it leaves me tired but we have lots of fun & teach new goals too!"

Thomas Majer
9 year old participant

CANp - intensive school holiday program

CANp is an intensive Conductive Education camp that offers a comprehensive intervention for children and adults who have neurological motor disorder such as cerebral palsy, developmental delay, dispraxia or aquired brain injury.  It always focuses on what the individuals can do and how goals can be achieved that were previously deemed impossible. The participants are taught to look for solutions instead of limitations. CANp provides series of activities while the neurologically impaired individuals focusing on what they CAN do, learn and achieve in a supportive and fun environment. They practise skills and strategies by taking part in different movement programmes and games that help them to master their learnt and newly aquired skills.


CANp works in a small group settings that provides opportunities for social interaction and healthy competition. The positive atmosphere of the group has great affect on self-evaluation, forming of the identity, self-discipline and self-control. 


During each CANp the program addresses all aspects of a person`s life so the participants are encouraged to work on the development of :

- Gross motor skills

- Fine motor skills

- Self-care skills and daily living activities

- Communication skills and breathing techniques

- Social skills

- Confidence 

- Independence

Upcoming CANp dates:

- 27th - 29th May 2024 - FULLY BOOKED

- 12th - 15th August 2024- FULLY BOOKED

- 19th - 21st August 2024 - 1 AVAILABLE PLACE

- 27th - 30th August 2024

- 28th - 30th October 2024

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