Thursday, 16 December 2010

Oh dear

Good luck

Chris Haverkort designs and manufactures special tricycles. He is expanding:

Haverkort is also in discussions with Conductive Education—a worldwide foundation for people with motor disorders.

Goh, E. Freedom on three wheels, Idealog, no 31, p. 24

He should have been in Hong Kong last week.

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Blogger Susie Mallett said...

Yes you are right he should have been in Hong Kong.

I have been talking to my German colleagues who I just met atAmsterdam airport for the first time since the Congress. One of them said that “Hong Kong was much the same as other congresses have been, but what can we do that is different? Conductive Education is established what can we do that is new?”

We have to get our thinking caps on!

This story on your blog reminded me of one I wrote on my blog about a little boy who came to Hungary from England when I was a student there with his little red tricycle. No blue buggy for him to relax in and for his mum to push, he whizzed up the hill to the Institute on his bike just like I did!

He was a bright little boy, who always had lots to say about his journey each morning.

Susie

Friday, 17 December 2010 at 06:46:00 GMT  
Blogger Andrew DSutton said...

What a doom-laden attitude you report!

Maybe they should get themselves red trikes.

I for one have no further interest in trying to push CE's blue buggies! As far asd I am concerned they will have to stay at the bottom of the hill.

Andrew.

Friday, 17 December 2010 at 10:00:00 GMT  
Blogger http://www.youtube.com/jerzy36maslanka said...

Andrew,

Try this link below....14 years of conductive education...it is my soon and...he does not have to stay on the bootom of hill...unfortunetly we all must push the CE blue buggies!



http://www.flickr.com/photos/bicisport/4813788001/in/photostream/

Saturday, 18 December 2010 at 05:13:00 GMT  

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