MR / New York, NY. Standing Tall: An educational program for students with neuromotor disablilities that uses the principals of conductive education, which combines a structured intensive program of daily physical training with traditional academic studies. ID: AI-gSst. Girl (6; Cerebral Palsy) in conductive education classroom with her speech language pathologist at right and conductor, teacher, and school director, at left. Speech pathologist blows bubbles during lesson to encourage language use, develop visual tracking skills, practice movement patterns, and work on breath support. Student uses an alternative and augmentative communication device (AAC) that has a yellow switch (a scanning device) to communicate her responses. MR: Dyc1, Sel4, Ski3. © Ellen B. Senisi

MR / New York, NY. Standing Tall: An educational program for students with neuromotor disablilities that uses the principals of conductive education, which combines a structured intensive program of daily physical training with traditional academic studies. ID: AI-gSst. Girl (6; Cerebral Palsy) in conductive education classroom with her speech language pathologist at right and conductor, teacher, and school director, at left. Speech pathologist blows bubbles during lesson to encourage language use, develop visual tracking skills, practice movement patterns, and work on breath support. Student uses an alternative and augmentative communication device (AAC) that has a yellow switch (a scanning device) to communicate her responses. MR: Dyc1, Sel4, Ski3. © Ellen B. Senisi

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