FREE remote conductive education sessions are being offered to people who haven’t applied before ,on the Initial  Conductive education course presented by the NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders

The course would start at the end of February and last for up to 10 sessions. The centre are more than happy to arrange a Zoom briefing if you felt that may be of interest to you.

There are limited spaces and it’s on a first come first served basis.

There is an online application form you can fill in:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSevz0IjYnzECADR-bEgTpOIbNrVgZyK7QOyIPSMRxP5Lz6E1Q/viewform

or give the centre a call on the number below

If you are a member of the Solihull Branch of Parkinson’s there is funding available to subsidise classes throughout the year after you have done the initial course. If you’re not yet a member you can join the branch for free and the subsidy would then apply to you.

See our website for membership details www.solihullparkinsons.org.uk

Having attended courses at the centre I can highly recommend it

Martin Sewell

Chair

Solihull Branch of Parkinson’s

Details of the centre

NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders

Registered Office:

Cannon Hill House, Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8RD

Direct dial: 0121 442 5545