24 hours on a bike because of the Peto Institute!

Robin is an 11 years old girl with Cerebral Palsy. 7 years ago the doctors told her family that she would never be able to walk. But – thanks to the Peto methodRobin is already using her fingers, even took her first steps, very slowly but more safely.

Lee Harrison is Robin‘s father. He and 4 friends of him left Warrington to come to Budapest by motorbikes, so in 24 hours they took 2048km. They wanted to donate, and popularize Conductive Education with their trip.

The Peto method is a Hungarian method used at some Institutes in England as well. For example the Stick ‘n’ Step Center which Robin attends. Harrison said people don’t know as much about Conductive Education in England as in Hungary.

They try to help more and more children and their families with donations, so then they could see how successful Conductive Education can be.

See the original Hungarian post here!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jo
    Feb 07, 2013 @ 16:05:10

    This is our centre where Jo and Jackie’s children attend. We replied to your post about “angels”….
    Wow Robin- look at you.


  2. vajdaizabella
    Feb 11, 2013 @ 11:07:48

    🙂 Thanks!


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