Nominated Charity

Express Aid Professional Fundraising Services has been raising funds for Cerebral Palsy charities since 1989 and has gained an enviable reputation for its fundraising activities and honest approach to its much needed sponsors. Indeed since 1989 Express Aid has raised over £470,000 for many important organisations who support both people with Cerebral Palsy and conductive education centres in Kent. There is a fine skill to fundraising and where to place the funds raised through events, games and prize draws. 

It is vital to find a charity that both offers important and much needed services but also one that is well managed with no money going to waste on pointless equipment, services and too many staff. Express Aid ensures that their funds are placed with nominated charities that will ensure the money really does benefit the people whom the charities were setup to help. Express Aid has worked with Rod Black, the Chairman of Step And Learn Conductive Education Services, for many years his reputation for creating, managing and growing successful charities is unparalleled.

Proof of this was Rod Blacks’ desire to address the power of the Internet for enhanced fundraising prospects and the creation of both the new Express Aid and Step And Learn Conductive Education Services websites. The basic idea was to create a range of online services that provide real benefits to commercial organisations who want to sponsor Step And Learn Conductive Education.

About Step And Learn Conductive Educations Services

Step and Learn Conductive Educations Services is a charity dedicated to assist the physical and educational improvements of children with Cerebral Palsy and associated motor difficulties. Their aim, like Andras Peto the Hungarian founder of Conductive Education, is to view the child holistically, educating and motivating the child through play to become active participants throughout their daily lives.

Their early intervention programme for pre-school children from birth to five years incorporates the educational values of the Great British governments Early Years Foundation Stage (2012) principals and invites the parent/carers to be fully involved throughout their child’s learning process.

Through play their children develop self-awareness, confidence, and a sense of achievement. Through songs they develop rhythm and intention to carry out physically challenging tasks, such as changing position and place. Their children are also encouraged to further develop their communication skills by speaking, eye-pointing, or through the use of touch. 

Their team of dedicated professional practitioners will not only offer support and guidance to the child and family throughout the programme, but will go further by promoting collaboration between all professionals working alongside the child and family, to secure a continuity of care, in-order that the child reaches their full potential.