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CECO Raises Record $181K to Support Innovative Programming

The Conductive Education Center of Orlando (CECO), an imaginative center for children and adults with neurological motor disabilities, today announces  the 2024 Raymond Golf Classic raised $181,225 in proceeds to support CECO’s year long programing. This is the highest amount raised in the event’s history. The golf classic is one of two annual events hosted by the nonprofit that help fund innovative conductive education programs for lifelong learning and development that transform lives for people



with neurological disabilities, such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida. 


This year, the Golf Classic welcomed community leaders for an 18-hole tournament to support CECO’s mission. Presented by Brasfield and Gorrie, the event also hosted a silent auction and reception at the Interlachen Country Club.


“Our center relies on the unwavering support of our remarkable community to provide the transformative education and personalized care that truly impacts our students’ lives. We are so grateful to our generous donors in Orlando and beyond for their continued support for individuals with neurological motor disabilities,” said Krisztina Weiszhaupt, Ph.D., Executive Director of CECO. “We want to extend a huge thank you to Brasfield and Gorrie for being this year’s presenting sponsor.”


CECO offers early intervention, K-12, and adult day and summer programs, as well as virtual one-on-one sessions for those outside of the Orlando area or those unable to attend in person. Its conductive education services are designed to create options for individuals to work towards increased motor, social, communication, and cognitive skills.


The center will also host a fall fundraising event, the Night of Dreams Gala, that supports the Pete and Lynn DiPasqua Student Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is for CECO students and families who attend its K-12 program to ensure that no family is ever turned away due to financial constraints. Further details will be available in summer 2024.


To learn more about CECO, visit ceco.org. Click here to make a donation towards CECO’s mission.


About Conductive Education Center of Orlando

CECO is one of the largest Conductive Education centers in the United States and leads the way in advancing education and development for individuals with disabilities. CECO's vision, mission, and the collective whole of what it does started from an acute awareness that new and effective solutions were needed to help advance and strengthen the overall quality of life for those with neurological motor disabilities. This program made it conceivable for children with neurological motor disabilities to move and progress beyond the expectations of doctors, producing outcomes that exceeded what was believed to be possible.


CECO passionately delivers an innovative approach that integrates physical, cognitive, and social skills to create a life-changing transformation. CECO's unique offering provides families with programming for all ages, which draws families to Central Florida from all over the world to experience transformation, joy and hope for the future. From the innovative architecture of CECO's education to the culture within the organization, CECO's guiding mission is to build and improve the ability to move and stay in motion.


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