Last month, Plasticity® Brain Centers had the honor of attending the Night of Dreams Gala hosted by the Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO). A nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy and other motor disabilities through conductive education, CECO transformed the Full Sail University space into an elegant art gallery that featured aerial performers, a live statue, LED cocktail server, virtual reality tour of Full Sail and live painting. The night was filled with entertainment by the Winter Park High School Dance Team and the Rollins College Woman’s Vocal Jazz Choir, and the energy of the event was elevated by emcee Bob Frier from Fox 35. The powerful organization humbled us with a heartfelt video and wonderful speech by the president, and we heard emotional stories of CECO students and graduates that reminded us of the importance of what we do at Plasticity® Brain Centers.
Our Plasticity® Camp for Kids program has worked with children of various schools and foundations, like CECO, and look forward to continuing to assist improve children’s function and motor abilities — and most importantly, set the foundation that maximizes their potential and all additional therapies.