Conductive Education

ce-logoA structured learning programme for children with motor disorders and developmental delay from different origins.

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Get Involved

P9200049e require an occasional volunteer to assist us with the ongoing maintenance of our unit and gardens. If you have some additional energy and an hour or two to spare, we would greatly appreciate your help in keeping our small property safe and welcoming.

For more details, please make contact with the Centre Manager.

Conductive Education is a Charitable Trust registered with the Charities Commission. We have Donee Status and are listed on the Inland revenue Website.

If you are an individual or company and wish to donate to Conductive Education Wellington Trust, you may complete our MAKING A DONATION form. Receipts will be issued for all donations and donations will be declared in our annual accounts.

Alternately, you may elect us for Payroll giving for individuals.

PB200086For more information and clarification in regard to Donations and Tax Credits, please refer to the following website:

Conductive Education Wellington aims to provide a high quality service at a cost that is affordable and therefore accessible for all families.

The cost of provision of this service under the specifications of our Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education contracts is significantly high and our annual income is insufficient to cover all administration costs, building maintenance, or specialty equipment/resources within our centre.

Over the past 20 years parents, friends of Conductive Education and staff have given of their time to support us through fundraising events. Individuals, groups and businesses have supported us through donations or grants.

Grants & Funding
We have over the past received grants from the NZ Lottery Board and Avalon Childcare centre. We would like to acknowledge the huge donation that was given to us by Avalon Childcare Centre when they disbanded. We would also like to thank the NZ lottery Board for their ongoing funding towards our centre. Them and many other organisations grants has meant we have been able to continue offering our service to the children