AQ CONDUCTIVE LEARNING CENTER FEATURED IN THE NEWS
March 22, 2010 - The Conductive Learning Center (CLC) is a comprehensive, proven approach to learning and development for children with motor challenges. It was established in 1998 by Aquinas College but operates as a financially independent, private, nonprofit organization.
The CLC in Grand Rapids is considered to be the premiere conductive education (CE) program in North America Recently, the Center, located at 2428 Burton Street S.E., joined with other centers nationwide to celebrate Conductive Learning Awareness Day on Feb. 25. The Center also received official declarations for the CE Awareness Day from Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Mayor George Heartwell of Grand Rapids and Mayor Cindy Bartman of East Grand Rapids.
The following includes links to coverage the Center received on Awareness Day. Visit these sites to see what they discovered:
- WZZM 13: Segment on Parent & Child Program
- Fox 17: Two Segments on CLC - Aquinas Graduate Interview and Parent piece (2 segments)
- WOOD TV8: Coverage of CE Awareness Day with ACENA Director and Aquinas Graduate
- WGVU Radio Interview
- ABC News: Coverage of the CLC Cincinnati program. This center was mentored by CLC back in 2007.