Schedule subject to change without notice.
(The 1 to 4 year old sessions have the parents in the class.)
When Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is taken separately we will do 40 one hour sessions over a three week period, twice each day for 20 days. Sessions are by appointment only and begin either the first or second week of any of our Conductive Education classes providing we have space available. We have helped people with Cerebral Palsy, traumatic brain injuries, Stroke recovery, Children with Autism, and many others.
Our adult Conductive Education combined with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has helped reduce the complications as a result of a brain injury as well as those who are suffering from the effects of a stroke. Rehabilitation and recovery is still possible even years after the injury so give us a call today to talk about possible treatment. Our Combined Conductive Education Therapy along with the 2 hrs. per day of Conductive Therapy has been able to help people improve even even years after the Stroke! Our sessions are booked for five weeks however in some cases we may consider having people come for either 4 or 3 weeks that fall within one of our five week sessions. One should keep in mind that the more time we have to work with people the better results we would expect to see.
The arrival date is the Sunday prior to the start date, between 2:00pm and 5:00pm.
The departure date for Children's CE is Friday afternoon.
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