Conductiva offers a home-based, one-on-one Conductive Education program for children from birth to three years old who have developmental delays, are at risk of delay, or have neurologically mediated motor disorders such as cerebral palsy.
The highly trained conductor-teacher provides unique developmental and educational opportunities though hands-on guidance to the family. The program promotes active learning in the child's natural environment and is fully integrated into the child's daily routine. Active parental participation and coaching are essential parts of this service.
The sessions are held in the child's home or another location in the child's natural environment; they are one hour long, one to three times per week, depending on the child's needs.
The program commences with an intake assessment, to set up goals in each developmental area. The
sessions encompass challenging activities that are offered in a highly motivating
manner and suited to the educational objectives. These activities include
participating in self-care (eating, dressing, going to the bathroom), playing,
communicating and vocalizing, interacting with others, and performing various
forms of locomotion. Tasks that help prevent disabilities and educational
approaches that promote the child’s well-being are also vital parts of the
Conductiva is an approved vendor for the Developmental Disabilities Program of the State of California, so assessments and services in our 1:1 home-based program may be free for clients of Golden Gate Regional Center (GGRC), San Andreas Regional Center (SARC), and Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB).
A Conductive Education assessment may detect warning signs of motor skills disorder shortly after the child is born. Starting Conductive Education early can make a difference.