The Rainbow Centre helps children with motor impairment learn to overcome their difficulties using a system of learning called Conductive Education. Motor impairment means difficulty with movements controlled by the central nervous system and the most common cause of this is cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a condition caused through lack of oxygen to the brain during pregnancy, during the delivery, or after the birth. The sessions aim to improve the quality of life for children with Cerebral Palsy, Motor Learning Difficulties and Delayed Development through CE working in partnership with the whole family.
Rainbow Centre for Conductive Education
Who to contact
- 01329 289500
- Rainbow Centre Website
- Social Media
Developed over the last 50 years at the Peto Institute in Budapest, the availability of Conductive Education was very limited outside of Hungary until 1990. The Centre provides for young children, sometimes as young as six months, working comprehensively with them in small groups. It also provides a Saturday Club for school-aged children as well as individually tailored sessions in some cases. The Rainbow Centre is affiliated to SCOPE and is part of the School for Parents Network.
Where to go
The Rainbow Centre For Conductive Education Ltd, The Bradbury Building
- PO14 1BJ
- Children's Centre Areas