Monday, 18 December 2017

A RED LIGHT SAYS STOP

Do Xmas lights say different?
Why?

Son 'flourished' thanks to Conductive Education
In 2013 the Research Foundation of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance of New South Wales published a widely announced research review of the relative effectiveness of interventions for cerebral palsy – what clinicians should recommend for their patients on the basis of academic research, and what not.

On a simple traffic-light system, its advice on Conductive Education was straightforward:

'Ineffective. Don't do it'

Read this academic study in full:

This week, the Cerebral Palsy Alliance has published an rather nice account of three-years-old Alex's progress, in Conductive Education:


What has have happened over the last four years for Cerebral Palsy Alliance to adopt this enthusiastic and very public stance?



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