Cerebral Palsy Care Kent - Creating Positive Changes
Welcome to our website!
Cerebral Palsy Care, Kent
We are a charity dedicated to helping children with Cerebral Palsy or a similar motor disorder. The mission of the Centre is to create an environment where children can develop their potential, receive training, education and challenge their disability. The centre can provide them with the skills they need to work towards living a more independent life.
CPC is using Conductive Education to help children reach their full potential which is a holistic form of teaching.
At the centre the children learn to move : how to sit, crawl and roll , walk ,use their hands while they learn about themselves and their environment. They learn to use and apply their skills during play and self care tasks which help towards their development as a whole.
A growing number of children are attending our new Chatham located centre, where they can benefit from the services that our team of two Senior Conductor-Teacher plan, deliver and monitor to the highest standard.Our two conductors share over 25 years of experience between them, both trained at the Peto Institute, Hungary. The 'Mother' Insititute is the centre of excellence among the institutions providing Conductive Education training.
Please visit the 'what we do' page to give brief details regarding your child’s age, disability and to request further information...
The following pages present detailed information about our work and those we help. If you'd like to contribute to our organisation, you can become a member.
Our Centre is now open 6 days a week running baby, toddler, pre-school and school groups and individual developmental sessions. We also provide holiday camps during school holidays.
Browse through these pages to learn more about us and our projects. Detailed information about our projects.
If you're interested in our work and would like to support us, read about us and the work we have done with our children to date.
Our mission statement
The aim of CPC is to create a ‘Centre of Excellence’ and an environment where physically disabled children can develop their potential, receive training and education and challenge their disability. In essence, the centre endeavours to provide children with the skills needed to lead a more independent life.