The Embassy of Hungary is proud to promote Conductive Education in Australia and New-Zealand. We were privileged to host Dr Andrea Zsebe, the Dean of the esteemed Semmelweis University’s András Pető Faculty along with the Vice-Dean, Dr László Matos at our events about Conductive Education in Melbourne and Darwin between 6 and 12 October, 2019. Participants could learn about the current issues and successes of Conductive Education, and conductors and therapists from across Australia and New-Zealand could discuss the tasks relating to the introduction of Conductive Education and acceptance of conductor as a profession. Two families have also shared their positive experiences of the time they’ve spent at the Pető Institute in Budapest. Among others, the delegation has met with a disability development centre and a hospital’s rehabilitation ward in Darwin, and with two universities in Melbourne. The project was supported by the Department of Science Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary.

Conductive Education from Hungary (Melbourne, 10 October 2019)