A hero-tastic week

We had a fun and busy Conductive Education Week in March – here are some highlights.

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Helping parents bridge the information gap

We are delighted to be launching our first information vodcasts, thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund – Awards for All. The grant has paid for filming equipment, website hosting and training so that we can produce our own series of information podcasts and vodcasts for parents of disabled children. Working with our partners […]

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The day the BBC came to visit us

The day the BBC came to visit us.

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Join Team Coco on the Santa Dash

  We’re delighted that Coco,one of our pupils, and her mum Victoria, dad Ronnie and little brother Harley are all taking part in our Santa Dash on Saturday 3rd December in Muswell Hill. Victoria says: “Coco had a massive stroke caused by an Arteriovenous malformation in April 2015 and she wasn’t expected to survive. She was […]

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Cryptic fun at Giggle and Give

Treasure chests, glowsticks, floating lemons – and a standing ovation. All part of our fantastic Giggle and Give fundraising quiz evening, which we held in the Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell on 5th October. The event raised just under £17,500 to support our work enabling children with cerebral palsy to achieve their potential. Our chief executive […]

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Let’s fight tooth and nail for these children

  To mark World Cerebral Palsy Day 2016 and how it connects people with cerebral palsy around the world, the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy’s speech and language therapist Kerri Morgan reports from her recent trip to Ghana.   Last August I flew out to Ghana to meet and train therapists working with […]

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Ben, John and Me

To mark Cerebral Palsy Day on 5 October 2016, read Toby’s blog and his great tips for young adults. And for an international angle on issues around cerebral palsy read the blog from our speech and language therapist Kerri.   Hi.  My name is Toby Morrison and I’m 25 years old. I want to talk to you […]

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Jo’s update – September 2016

A warm welcome back from all of us. I hope you have all enjoyed the extended summer season. Along with a new school year, we have some exciting developments to share.   School Changes New Headteacher I am delighted to welcome Antonia Masson as our new Headteacher. Antonia has 26 years’ Special Education Needs (SEN) teaching […]

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Our communication approach

  My name is Kerri Morgan and I am the Speech and Language Therapist at the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy. I joined LCCCP earlier this year after moving on from a specialist Speech and Language school in Sussex. Throughout my life and career my passion has been working with children with complex […]

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Ella’s story

Ella was born in 2006 after a full term pregnancy and a trouble free birth. She was the perfect baby – she hardly cried and was smiley and happy – there were no signs whatsoever that she was disabled. Indeed, when she wasn’t walking and hardly talking at 1 year and then 18 months, we […]

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