Creating a society inclusive of people with physical disabilities

As of today, children with physical disabilities are able to participate in a unique and highly effective form of rehabilitation therapy, Conductive Education®, being offered in Halifax by March of Dimes Canada. Conductive Education® (CE) uses educational theories and practices developed in the1940s in Budapest, Hungary. Teachers work with persons with disabilities to develop the independence and functioning of each person. Conductive Education’s® positive, practical, progressive group approach to learning builds motivation, improves self-esteem and focuses on what one can achieve independently. The program is offered in both the Melvern Square and Area Community Centre and YMCA of Greater Halifax/Dartmouth. Those interested in more information can arrange a visit by contacting Rachael Skinner at (902) 401-8425 or visiting the website at

Civic Address:  215-51 Joseph Young Street
Dartmouth, NS
B3A 4V9.
Postal Address:  YMCA 2269 Gottingen Street,
Halifax, NS
B3K 3B7
Website:   Visit our Website
E-mail:   Contact Us
Phone:   (902) 401-8425
TollFree:   1-800-263-3463
Category:  Non-Profit Orgs


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