Founder & Manager: Claire Cotter

(B. App. Science, Occupational Therapy, Honorary Diploma in Conductive Education, Budapest)

  • 28 years’ experience working with children with cerebral palsy and their families
  • President of National Association for Conductive Education (Australia)
  • Guest lecturer on conductive education at Latrobe University School of Occupational Therapy
  • Contributed to the development of (Cerebral Palsy and Introduction to Conductive Education) multimedia training package “Students with Physical Impairment”, developed by Education Queensland
  • Convener of the third National conference on Conductive Education, Melbourne (1998)
  • Held position in Spastic Society “Advisor Programs and Services based on Conductive Education”
  • Received Honorary Diploma from Institute of CE in Budapest (1995)
  • Senior Clinician (Occupational Therapy) for Spastic Society (1986-1994)
  • Manager and lecturer in the course at Deakin University “Developing Programs for Children with Motor Disabilities: Applying Principles of Conductive Education” (1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000)
  • Co-author: Applying Principles of Conductive Education in Schools. A Guide to Curriculum Development and Delivery
  • 1992 winner of the Tattersalls Award for Excellence & Achievement
  • Set up Knox program (Spastic Society) (1987)
  • 3 months, Andras Peto Institute for Conductive Education, Budapest (1986)
  • Completed Bobath Course, London, U.K. (1982)