The After School CE Program (formally known as Walking Challenge) is a program for participants who may attend public school or CECO’s school day program and are seeking out the need of conductive education. The program will focus on maintaining, attaining and mastering mainly motor skills in addition, other various skills. This program is an extension of the individual’s educational plan and the team will implement strategies that will address specific goals from the plan.

“CECO’s Walking Challenge has progressed Katie’s movement, enabled and encouraged her to be proactive, to take the steps to go to the restroom, to drink from a sippy cup. These abilities make her happier and much more confident as she makes her place in the world. Without CECO, I don’t know where Katie would be.”

– Annie, Katie’s Mom

Program Information

  • The program is offered from October – May
  • Twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • 2 hours each session
  • Age Range: 4 years old- 18 years old

Ready to Apply?

HERE ARE 5 EASY STEPS TO JOIN THE CECO FAMILY:

  1. Complete an Application– Each family is required to complete an application and submit required documents. Click Here to get started.
  2. Schedule a Tour – Come see our students in action! Know more about Conductive Education and our lifelong programs.
  3. Schedule a Complimentary Assessment – Assessments are completed either at our center or by video submission. Our Evaluation Team will review and complete a recommendation report.
  4. Assessment Report Review – Within a week, families will receive a recommendation report which will include a program placement or organization referral. The Admissions & Communication Manager will follow up once report is sent.
  5. Enroll and Share – The Admissions & Communication Manager will assist you with enrollment, tuition breakdown, and resources available. Then share your excitement on social media about joining CECO.

For enrollment process and program cost, please contact Katherine Perez, Admissions & Communication Manager at (407) 671-4687 or kperez@ceco.org.