Conductors

At ConductMe we gathered a group of conductors who gave important and high valued knowledge about what Conductive Education and its target groups needs to be able to grow in the future. Their experiences, competence and commitment has been decisive for the progress. At the platform they also share knowledge for everyone to take part of.

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Rita Tóth

Conductor

I started my journey within Conductive Education as a conductor assistant at the training facility at Move & Walk. After valuable years of working, I studied at Birmingham City University and Conductive College, where I graduated from 2017. Today I am working within the school department at Move & Walk as a conductor and class mentor.

At ConductMe I am head of communication and partnership. Together with colleagues, organizations, businesses and institutes around the world, I will develop the platforms content and work for a brighter future for Conductive Education.

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Zsófia Nádasi

Senior Conductor

I am a conductor and graduated in 1991 from András Petö Institute of Conductive Education and College for Conductor Training, Budapest (MPANNI). In 2000 I got a master’s degree in education, Teacher of Pedagogy and Specialist in Education. In 2001 I moved to Sweden and started working as a Group Leader Conductor at Move & Walk and in 2015 I became Quality Manager in Conductive Education.

At ConductMe I am a lecturer in Conductive Education, where I share knowledge and experience from working with individuals with neurological diagnosis. I will also contribute with insight and understanding of how the world of Conductive Education can grow further by strengthen the profession.

Gábor Borics

Senior Conductor

I graduated as a Conductor from András Petö Institute of Conductive Education and College for Conductor Training, Budapest (MPANNI) in 1995. I have worked as a conductor at North Shore Center for CE in the US. In 2004 I moved to Sweden and started working as a Senior Conductor at Move & Walk, where I have worked in all different units. With children, young adults and adults. I have also been teaching employees the basics of Conductive Education since 2013.

I am a lecturer at ConductMe within Conductive Education, where I hope to add value from my competence and experiences from different cultural aspects. I also share my knowledge within Conductive Education in home- and social evironment.

Tünde Fazekas

Senior Conductor

Before I became a conductor I was devoted to pedagogy and education. I studied to become a teacher of English language and literature, but I fell in love with Conductive Education. I graduated from András Petö Institute of Conductive Education and College for Conductor Training, Budapest (MPANNI) in 2004. After graduation I started to work at Move & Walk in Sweden and their intensive interval Conductive Education department. Since 2014 I am responsible for all the intensive interval units.

At ConductMe I am a lecturer in Conductive Education. I share my knowledge mostly about interval sessions, which I hope will help others around the world. For me, ConductMe is a possibility for Conductive Education to grow and be avaliable for individuals in need.

Lars Mullback

Senior Advisor/Honorary Conductor

I am a film director and writer with cerebral palsy. I was 34 years old when I first discovered Conductive Education. I documented my meeting with Conductive Education and my own training. This resulted in the film “Yes, you can” which was appointed Europe’s best documentary in 1996. Since then, I have worked to improve the view and treatment of neurologically disabled people by making films and books. I have also been a driving force in two EU projects and in 2016 I was appointed Honorary Conductor at András Petö Institute of Conductive Education and College for Conductor Training, Budapest (MPANNI).

It is with pride that I have been taking part in ConductMe. I hope and believe this method of distribution will both increase the quality and give access to more regular Conductive Education programs for many people.

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