- March of Dimes Canada has been advocating for and championing the inclusion of people with physical disabilties in society for over sixty years.
- MODC is the largest provider of Conductive Education® (CE) services in Canada, having offered the program for over 20 years.
- Our Conductors are the leading experts in the country, and often consult and advise other CE programs.
- Our services can benefit children under a year right through to adulthood.
- MODC provides specifically designed programs for people with neurological motor disorders, including Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Multiple Sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson's, and Acquired Brain Injury.
We believe that anybody can learn and improve when they are motivated, regardless of age or disability. Our CE program includes a diverse programming menu that incorporates complementary therapies, designed in conjunction with our parents and participants.
All our Conductors are trained in Great Britain and Hungary where Conductive Education was first developed, and receive frequent training throughout the year. MODC's National Manager for Integration Services is the President of ACENA, representing Canada on the International Peto Association's World Congress on Conductive Education advisory board, and all our conductors are current members of the Association for Conductive Education in North America (ACENA) and the Professional Conductors Association (PCA).
Conductive Education® is a registered trademark of March of Dimes Canada.
All March of Dimes Canada's conductive education programs are registered ACENA CE Centres.