Hungarian-Born Method Treats Children with Cerebral Palsy|
children with cerebral palsy, progress comes in small steps, by crawling a few
inches or even by rolling over.
Ryan Rothenanger's mother is ready for a new tack to help her
7-year-old son in his lifelong quest to adapt to the condition. Last week,
Sydney Rothenanger watched through a window at a center on Indianapolis' Far
Southside as three children worked with aides.
The Jackson Center for Conductive Education opened in July and has drawn praise
from parents who bring their children from as far away as Mooresville and
Lafayette. Conductive education is not new, but the center -- started by the
mother of one of its students -- is the only place in Indiana to practice it."