Tuesday, 25 September 2012

UK GOVERNMENT MINISTER IS PETŐ PARENT

CE 'difficult to access in the UK'

Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton, Liberal-Democrat Ed Davey, is Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in the UK's Coalition Government. This morning's Daily Mail reports that for the last three years he has been taking his son John, now nearly five years of age, to the Pető Institute in Budapest.

John is reported to have an undefined developmental disability, and cannot walk or speak.


Mr Davy has already mentioned this briefly on his website:


This has not, however, been generally known within Conductive Education in the UK. One will doubtless hear more.

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