Area organization works to bring new therapy to Nevada
RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) —
United Cerebral Palsy is trying to bring a new therapy to northern Nevada that will help children with neuromotor disabilities.
Conductive education is therapy that helps children who can't sit up, walk or feed themselves, learn new skills through task oriented programs.
This is a type of therapy families in northern Nevada have traveled out of state for and found success with.
They are now working on bringing it to the Silver State to help both their family, as well as others in the community.
It costs $8,000 to bring the therapy to Nevada, and so far the organization has raised $3,450.
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