How many conductors would mix up a group of stroke and MS clients with a group of elderly people with arthritis and hip replacements in their normal practice? I have often thought about doing work of this kind, I have thought about offering groups for the elderly, for young girls with eating disorders, for autisms, or for young mothers with their babies, but it is really only because the group today was already established and that they invited me to do a course that I have been able to move very slightly away from CE for people with a motor disorder towards CE in the community. It is a very exciting and welcome step along the path that I follow in conductive upbringing and lifestyles.
I wonder how the people in the office would react if I offered them an hour a week to get them out of their chairs infront of computers?
A world beyond disability
Happy souls went home from the groups today. And I am particularly happy to be working at last in a world beyond disability where I have always felt that there is a place and a need for conductive living.