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 conductor (also teacher and school director) at right and speech language pathologist at left. Speech pathologist talks to student about drawing she has made using crayons designed for use with children with neuromotor disabilities. Student communicates her response by pressing yellow switch connected to her augmentative and alternative communication device (AAC). 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 conductor (also teacher and school director) at right and speech language pathologist at left. Speech pathologist talks to student about drawing she has made using crayons designed for use with children with neuromotor disabilities. Student communicates her response by pressing yellow switch connected to her augmentative and alternative communication device (AAC). MR: Dyc1, Sel4, Ski3. © Ellen B. Senisi

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