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Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO)

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 2 people are interested

We are expanding!

Join us in November and December, weekdays or weekends, to pack up CECO's Storage Room.

We need your help to open a space for more students by packing boxes. Let us know if you, your friends, your school clubs, Bright Futures Scholarship students and/or college groups, sororities and fraternities can help us. Can you join us on your day off of school or work? Can your club or colleagues join us for a weekend project?

Thank you and hope to see you soon!

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About Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO)

Location:

931 S. Semoran Blvd, Ste. 220, Winter Park, FL 32792, US

Mission Statement

CECO’s mission is to transform the lives of children and adults with neurological motor disabilities so that they may achieve their greatest level of independence through conductive education; integrating physical, cognitive, and social skills.

Description

Conductive education an intensive, multi-disciplinary approach to education for children motor challenges. Developed in 1945 Hungary by Dr. Andras Peto, conductive education is based on the theory that the central nervous system has the capacity to form new neural connections, despite neurological damage. By repeating tasks and integrating intentional movement with learning, the brain creates alternate paths to send messages to muscle groups, creating the desired movements. This process allows a person with a motor disability to gain movement and skills that allow them to accomplish more tasks independently.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
People with Disabilities

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

931 S. Semoran BlvdSte. 220Winter Park, FL 32792

(28.58455,-81.3056)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • Child Development

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 16
  • Weekdays and Weekends. Flexible.
  • Packing boxes - reaching up and leaning over to pack boxes.

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