NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders, previously known as the National Institute for Conductive Education, is open and welcoming adults with neurological conditions.
After moving service delivery online throughout lockdown, NICE now has both face-to-face and remote sessions available. Adults affected by Parkinson’s, stroke, cerebral palsy or MS can receive conductive education services as part of an individualised programme.
NICE provides free initial consultations to discuss how they can help and to work out the best programme for your needs. This can be done face-to-face or remotely; they will be guided by your personal preferences.
The programmes NICE delivers are bespoke and tailored to each individual, meaning that their work meets the needs of everyone.
Read about Elaine’s experience with NICE here: https://conductive-education.org.uk/blog/
What is Conductive Education? This system was designed in Hungary and brought to the UK in the late 1980s. An educational approach to physical disability, its core principles are in recognising and developing the innate ability and potential in every person. Conductors at NICE work with children and adults by delivering movement programmes at their site in Moseley and online.
Would you like to take up the offer of a free initial consultation? Get in touch with Nicky in our Adult Services on 0121 442 5564 or head directly to the website page: https://conductive-education.org.uk/adult-services/initial-consultation/
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