How CECO’s Youngster Program helps kids with motor disabilities

Most children with cerebral palsy can be diagnosed by the time they are 2 years old. The earlier a child gets help, the more likely they are to fully develop their potential.

CECO’s Youngster Program is an early intervention program designed for children between 6 months and 4 years old who have motor disabilities. The program aims to help children achieve developmental milestones through cognitive and physical stimulation in a group setting. It also provides parents with learning tools they can use to help their child at home. Thanks to the Universal Orlando Foundation, the cost of this program is totally free.

The Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO) is a nonprofit organization that uses conductive education to transform the lives of children with disabilities. In addition to the Youngster program, the organization offers many options for people with motor disabilities such as a full school day program, adult program, Parkinson’s program, and more. For more information on CECO, please visit www.ceco.org.

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