The Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO) is a non-profit organization serving children with motor disabilities. CECO combines physical & social educational methods to the meet the unique needs of children with motor disabilities, enabling them to maximize their individual potential in a safe, caring, group environment.
Located in Winter Park, CECO offers a full school day program serving students with motor disabilities (ages 4-21 years) based on the Conductive Education model which incorporates Rehabilitation and Special Education. Classes are small and provide one-on-one attention. In addition to the full school day program, CECO also offers an after school program, a youngster program (ages birth to 3 years), individual tutorial programs, an in-home therapy program, and a summer camp.
Numerous service opportunities are available at CECO, involving a range of hours and direct engagement with students. The facility is located near University Boulevard, about 8 miles west of the UCF campus. Volunteers must submit to screening procedures and attend an orientation/training session.
Interested? To learn more about the Center, download and read the "Making Tracks" PDF (posted below) and visit the CECO website, http://www.cecfl.org/. Then, to inquire about service opportunities, call or email Krissy Giovo (details below).
Krissy Giovo, Staff & Community Relations Manager
Conductive Education Center of Orlando
3377 Forsyth Rd.
Winter Park, FL. 32792