Governor Rick Scott Visits CECO
On June 26, 2014 Governor Rick Scott, Senator Andy Gardiner and Senator Kelli Stargel gathered at CECO for a press conference regarding Senate Bill 850 and House Bill 561. The bills directly help children with disabilities and we were thrilled to host them all at our new facility. Governor Scott went around to visit with our students and their families. There were over 100 community friends that attended this wonderful event.
Read the RedefinED article that re-caps the event.
View pictures of Gov. Scott's visit and the press conference.
Grant from the Edyth Bush Foundation
We are so grateful to the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation for presenting CECO with a $50,000 grant! This amazing gift will go a long way towards enhancing the independence of our students. The Edith Bush Charitable Foundation helps fund life-changing nonprofits in Central Florida, and we are extremely appreciative of their support!
Grant from the Universal Foundation
Our most sincere thanks goes out to the Universal Orlando Foundation, an organization whose mission is to make a positive impact in Central Florida. Their $20,000 grant will certainly make a positive impact here at CECO! Thank you for helping us transform lives.
New Bike Donated by Variety Florida
A very special thanks to Variety Florida Children's Charity for donating a Freedom Concepts bicycle! Our students love the extra opportunity to be active and enjoy the fresh air. We are grateful for their contribution!
Rollins Women's Golf Team Classic Beneficiary
We are honored to have been a beneficiary of the Rollins Legend's Golf Women's Classic tournament! The team raised $6,000 to support CECO's programs. We are so appreciative of their generosity!
Grant from Skansa USA Building
Recently, CECO recieved a $5,000 grant from Skansa USA Building! We are so grateful for their support!
Article in the Seminole Voice
In a few weeks, many children who crawled or rolled their wheelchairs into summer camp at the Conductive Education Center of Orlando will walk out the door.
“I absolutely could see the change in them, the amount of progress was visible, tangible, I saw them walk out,” said Vicki Briley, education coordinator for CECO. She’s watched a history of success measured in footsteps.
Continue reading the article here...