A team of Lead Forensics volunteers from our Portsmouth office visited The Rainbow Centre on Thursday, helping to clear up and redecorate their outside play area.
The Rainbow Centre is a place to inspire and support children with Cerebral Palsy and adults with stroke, MS and Parkinson’s disease and their families. Through a system of learning known as Conductive Education, they encourage and teach their participants to take an active role in their own development.
The Rainbow Centre was created over 30 years ago by a small group of parents looking to provide the best help and support they could for their children with Cerebral Palsy. That search led to finding Conductive Education, a system of learning based on the simple concept of human potential that everyone has the capability to learn and develop, irrespective of their starting point. This has been the Rainbow Centre’s DNA and, over 30 years, the secret of their neurorehabilitation success.
The Rainbow Centre’s conductors are highly trained to observe potential in a person, to nurture their development, and to devise a structured programme to enable success. Conductive Education takes a holistic approach to helping both children and adults achieve their maximum potential, regardless of their starting point. It is this positive and inclusive attitude that is at the heart of making the Rainbow Centre a special place.
At Lead Forensics we encourage our employees to get involved with causes in the local community, offering them dedicated volunteering days to help out charitable causes during work time in order to give back to our communities.
Previous Lead Forensics volunteer efforts have included litter picking, collecting for local food banks and international projects like funding the construction of a school in Zambia.
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