Conductive Education — Settings
Programs based on the principles of CE have been established in various settings, including classrooms in a regular school, a classroom at a special school, an entire school, an early intervention setting, an independent clinical setting, and an after-school or summer-camp program (Bourke-Taylor, O'Shea, Gaebler, 2007).
CE programs may also take the form of mother-baby groups that aim to educate and resource the mother in ways to promote motor skill development in the child (Bourke-Taylor, O'Shea, Gaebler, 2007). Additionally, CE programs can be incorporated into adult or pediatric rehabilitation and long term care facilities. The GSU Certificate in CE will help to drive a systematic change in the way therapy services are delivered to individuals with motor disabilities.