Wicked Witches March Break Camp
Half-day and Full-day Options
March 11-15, 2019
March Break Camp for children with Cerebral Palsy
Join us for a week of fun-filled camp programs for children with Cerebral Palsy. Our innovative program provides children with the skills to increase their independence.
Register before February 15, 2019. Space is limited.
To Register please contact:
Parent and Child (1-3 years of age) - weekdays
Classes are offered for parents of children as young as 12 months, providing support, advice, and practical tips to maximize learning opportunities for the child, as well as guide the child through his or her developmental milestones. Being a new parent in the world of disability can be overwhelming, and our classes are designed so families can connect and learn from one another and our experienced staff.
Cerebral Palsy Play Group (1-3 years of age)
Every Wednesday | 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Free drop-in play group for children 0-3 years with cerebral palsy. Our innovative program provides children with the skills to increase their independence.
The Play Group provides:
- Interactive environment
- Engage in age appropriate activities
- Meet other families
- Learn skills to assist your child from our CP specialist, kindergarten teacher, and OT
To Register please contact:
March of Dimes Canada
Early Intervention Program (3-5 years) - weekdays
The Early Intervention Program runs weekday mornings for children between the ages of 3 and 5. This program is suitable for parents looking for a pre-school program, which actively, cognitively, and socially integrates all aspects of the child’s development. Each day, the conductors and teachers work cohesively in a structured setting offering physical programs, and self-care skills, alongside a kindergarten curriculum. We believe young children learn best in an environment that provides opportunities for exploration, discovery, and hands-on learning to encompass the whole child; therefore, movement is promoted to access activities which assist the development of cognitive abilities.
School-Age Program (5-12 years) - weekdays
The school-age program is suitable for children of elementary school age and runs alongside the academic school year. The program integrates suitable topics and themes to help encourage and motivate the children’s movements, self-awareness, social, and cognitive skills. The program teacher modifies the Ontario Ministry Education curriculum to acommodate each child’s learning needs and styles. Our staff has extensive experience in modifying programs for students with a range of learning needs.
Sessional Services (3-7years, 8-12 years and 12-19 years)
- weekday afternoons and Saturdays in Toronto
Our sessional services run in 10-12 week blocks during the fall, winter and spring. Classes are offered once or twice weekly, during the afternoons, after school hours, and on Saturdays (in Toronto only). Programs vary in length between one to two and a half hours. Staff skillfully integrate mobility, self-care, social, and communication opportunities into the program to promote independence and self-advocacy.
Watch the story of how MODC Conductive Education has changed the life of Zachary Rayment and his family!
Watch the story of Ian Kee and how MODC Conductive Education has helped him and his family.
"I've seen firsthand the remarkable progress our kids make. I know how hard they work and I've seen the smiles on their faces as they reach each new milestone. And believe me, nothing is more rewarding."
– Kate Linder, The Young and the Restless star and Ambassador of Conductive Education
"There’s no doubt in my mind – if it wasn’t for the Conductive Education program, our daughter would be using a wheelchair today and for the rest of her life."
– RIta Al-Shaikh
“What you have done for our son in just two short weeks is nothing short of miraculous. I'm still in shock that you have been able to transform him this much!”
– Shannon Bower, mother of Justin
"I cannot imagine where Kalea would be today without the support of the conductors who work with our daughter."
– Michelle Davies, mother of Kalea