The mission of the Colorado Foundation for Conductive Education (CFCE) is to provide opportunities for individuals with motor challenges to achieve optimal physical, cognitive, and social independence through the application of Conductive Education principles. Using Conductive Education (CE), CFCE supports the development of positive, active learners through a series of activities that provide opportunities for them to use and develop problem-solving skills. Children with disabilities learn strategies and techniques that help them achieve success and overcome the myriad challenges they face in their daily lives with the goal of developing life skills to increase independence in all areas of living.
The method is an intensive multi-disciplinary approach designed to enable individuals with motor disorders to achieve the most active, fulfilling, and independent life possible. CE addresses all areas of development: gross motor, fine motor, daily living skills (dressing, eating, transfers), speech and communication, social skills, emotional regulation, motor planning, and cognitive development. In CE, we look at 100% of the child, 100% of the time.