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    RIDE OF THE LEGENDS (ROTL)

    EXCITING TIMES AHEAD FOR CONDUCTIVE EDUCATIONThe Ride of The Legends (ROTL) is coming to New Zealand for the first time and thanks to our wonderful Patron Wayne Smith we will be their Charity of choice!  For those of you who are unfamiliar with ROTL they are a cycle tour that runs in conjunction with the Read more

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    LANCE’S STORY (Adults Center – Stroke)

    Kia Ora, Nau hou ma, GreetingsMy name is Lance Lee, I am of Maori, Chinese and Scottish heritage. In terms of my Maori heritage, I am of Tainui and Ngapuhi descent.   On November 17th 2003 I was ripped from my reality and thrown into an unknown world;I was paralysed down my left side due to a CVA or Stroke. The Read more

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    MAX’S STORY (pre-school)

    When Max was really young we had no reason to suspect that he was different to any other child his age. Since his diagnosis at age 18 months we have, with hindsight, realised that actually some of his ‘ways’ may have not actually just been ‘one of those things’. Between six months and 18 months Read more

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    ADDY’S STORY (birth to pre-school)

    Addy is almost 2 and she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of 9 months. At 32 weeks pregnant we happened to have a scan to check where my placenta was lying and it was discovered that she had a rather small head for her gestation, below the 4 percentile.Our midwife referred us Read more

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    PHOEBE’S STORY (birth to school)

    Phoebe was born at 32 weeks, the first of twins. After 2 starts at labour, at 25 weeks and then at 28 weeks, 8 long weeks on hospital bed rest, daily scans and countless new room mates, the moment was really here and it happened so quickly.I had just hit the 32 weeks mark at Read more

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