CEDAT - Conductive Education Development and Training project
The CEDAT project aims to research, devise and implement a series of accredited training programmes in Conductive Education, aimed at various audiences including health professionals, carers, parents, members of the public and other health-care organisations. Delivery of the training courses will enable more children and adults with motor impairments to gain from the benefits of high quality Conductive Education.
The longer term aim is to set up and run, in collaboration with a university, a degree course in Conductive Education. This will overcome the national shortage of trained Conductors, raise awareness of the benefits of Conductive Education and increase collaboration between organisations. It will also help raise the profile of The Rainbow Centre and generate a sustainable income source. The project activities will be based at the Rainbow Centre, Fareham and accessible to anyone in the UK.
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.
Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”