CECO is proud to serve students from all around the United States and abroad, 40% of CECO families relocate to the Orlando area to attend CECO programming. Many families choose to relocate after just four short weeks in CECO programming.

The Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO) serves individuals with neurological motor disabilities including Cerebral Palsy and Spina Bifida.

Conductive Education was developed in the late 1940s by Hungarian professor András Pető, whose methods are based on the premise that individuals with motor disorders not only need treatment for medical conditions but often also face significant learning problems that require special education. Conductive Education combines these two elements, physical and cognitive learning through active participation and repetition needed for these students to make the connections needed to learn a skill. 

No Student Turned Away due to Financial Limitations

Here at CECO, we pride ourselves in never turning away a student or family on the basis of financial limitations. 98% of CECO students rely on financial aid like the McKay Student Scholarship, Gardner Funding, or other financial aid.