CE Centres Abroad

MOIRA and CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION CENTRES ABROAD



Since 1993 MOIRA have made significant contribution to establish four major Conductive Education Centres outside Hungary.

MOIRA supplies:

  • Cooperation with foreign institutions, providing professional support in establishing and running conductive education institutes.
  • Providing long-term conductive educational programme, with the participation of highly qualified conductors.
  • Continuous professional supervision, project-oriented managing.
  • Supplying the professional background of state-financed, long-term projects.

 

England
LEEDS
With the collaboration between MOIRA Conductive Education Centre (Budapest, Hungary) and the Cerebral Palsy Children's Charity (Leeds, England) we helped to establish the first Conductive Education Centre in England in Leeds at the Seacroft Hospital in 1993.
SUNDERLAND (Lee Sikes C.E.Centre) was established 1999.

Belgium
The Conductive Education group in Leuven started its mission in February 1994.
It was set up by a Belgium Parents' organisation 'Stap Voor Stap' and it was run by our conductors. The group professionally was supervised by MOIRA.

Luxembourg
In 1996. 'Schrett fir Schrett' parents organisation from Luxembourg asked MOIRA C.E.Centre to help to establish the first C.E. Centre in Luxembourg. Since 1996 we have assured the qualified conductors to run the Conductive Education groups in Luxembourg.

Norway
Since 1991 has been a very close relationship between MOIRA Conductive Education Centre and PTO Norge  - formerly: Norsk Forum for Konduktiv Pedagogikk (Norwegian Parents Organisation for Conductive Education). A permanent Conductive Education Centre was established in Hamar, Norway in 1996.

Spain
In 2004 MOIRA Centre was asked by Fundación de la Comunidad Valenciana para la Neurorehabilitación to establish and keep running a C.E. Centre in Valencia – Spain
MOIRA Conductive Education Centre
address:
H-1113 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 152, Hungary
phone/fax:
+36 1 250 2477, +36-20-661-6814
e-mail: