Center for Independence through Conductive Education
The Center provides intensive motor training programs based on the principles of conductive education for children with physical disabilities. Conductive education is an intensive method of teaching motor disabled children to be more functionally independent. The motivating, peer-supported program focuses on functional activities to improve independence and serves children with cerebral palsy between 2 and 18 years old. The transdisciplinary team of conductive education teachers, occupational therapists and physical therapists provide year round and summer programming. Locations also in Lake Zurich and 2434 S. Kildare, Chicago.