Project information

Summer Camp

To provide Conductive education camp to groups of children for 2 weeks. aged 1 year-5, 5-9, 10-17. It will focus on daily therapy up to 4 hours, where the children will learn functional physical skill so they can move towards independence. This intense provides trajectory development

August 2018 - August 2018

Charity information: It's My Life Trust Fund

It's My Life Trust Fund logo
  • Need


    Children with neurological disabilities do not have functional skills or mobility for independence.


    Conductive education ensures children and their carers gain skills so that the children can learn to sit, toilet, crawl, step, crouch and move around independently. This takes a long process of constant practice. The summer activities refines these skills so over the two weeks the practice becomes everyday, which means the likelihood of it being continued in the home is increased.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To develop children and young peoples self care and physical and social independence.


    » Conductive education every day for 2 weeks for 3 different age groups.

    the teachers, children, young people and parents will start of with some aims at the beginning of the two weeks and at the end record progress

  • Impact


    If practised these changes are life long. We have case studies where childrens first sitting or first steps were achieved through the camps. We will provide case studies and video diaries.


    Lack of funding... mean we will shorten the camp to a week having less impact.


    We can invite them to see the summer camp, provide them with case studies and videos

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £5,845

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      Amount Heading Description
      £500 rent hiring the school for 10 days
      £95 craft costs equipment to make programme creative
      £3,300 lead conductor qualified teachers
      £1,750 assistant conductor part qualified
      £200 volunteer expenses local community volunteers
  • Background


    The location is based Beths Grammar School, Bexley

    the children and families are from a range of backgrounds all disabled, varied ethnic backgrounds, some have low incomes.


    15 children and 15 parents will benefit

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Because we have trained and qualified conductive teachers and have a great history of demonstrating progress.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Judit Nagy

    Lead conductor

    Judit Seebok-Rose

    conductor and neurological lead and supports profound learning delay

    Deb Keam

    Lead charity trustee and programme coordinator