“Raises expectations for our child and us as parents. Have provided greater hope and empowerment for now and for the future. Creatively inspiring. Increase confidence and independence for our daughter”

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Children

Tommy’s Story

Tommy and I first started attending NICE for weekly sessions when Tommy was about 9 months old. The conductors warmly welcomed us to the group and have been a huge source of advice and support ever since.

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Thank you to all conductors and support staff working at NICE – please keep going! Your hard work, enthusiasm, commitment and passion to support our children’s development are appreciated more than you know and we couldn’t do it without you!

Tommy’s mum and dad

Amirah’s Story

Amirah was born 12 weeks premature. She then spent 12 weeks in hospital, along with her twin sister Aminah. After coming home, we discovered that Amirah was not as active as her sister. After an MRI scan, it was revealed that Amirah had a bleed on the brain that affected movement on the left side of her body. She was diagnosed with quadriplegia cerebral palsy.

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We have seen her develop selfbelief with a cando attitude.

Spencer’s Story

Spencer was born 10 weeks early alongside his identical twin, Ellis. Spencer was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy as a result of his prematurity. Spencer is unable to walk or stand unaided but can crawl and uses his walker to move around. 

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Spencer now attends the nursery at NICE and it is safe to say he adores it. He walks in smiling and does not look back.

Spencer’s mum

Adult

Elaines’ Story

My name is Elaine and I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 1988 but it was thought that I had probably had it for 10 years before that. I have Primary Progressive MS which, fortunately for me, has progressed very slowly.

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Without doubt, the support of Conductive Education enabled me to continue a fairly normal life with MS.

Elaine

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