The National Institute of Conductive Education’s Red Boots School is holding this very special Open Day for children with cerebral palsy, and their parents and carers. The open day takes place at the National Institute’s HQ in Cannon Hill House just off Russell Road in Moseley, Birmingham.
The event is sponsored by Birmingham solicitors Irwin Mitchell, and is jointly organised in association with UK disability charity Scope. The aim of the day is to raise awareness of the specialised Conductive Education services provided by the Red Boots School to children with cerebral palsy and related disorders, including full and part time sessions for children aged from 0 to 18 years.
The Open Day will also showcase Scope’s work in raising awareness of the issues faced by disabled people, and influencing change across society. This is a fantastic day for parents to find out about the transformative benefits of conductive education. Plus the day is also open for health and social care professionals such as speech and language therapists and physiotherapists.
For more information contact Lyn Debono at Red Boots School tel 0121 449 1569 or email email@example.com