I felt very sad. I was involved in this course from the very beginning as I had been building the Library for some time at this stage. The Library was established as an open access resource for all those interested in discovering, studying, researching Conductive Education and was used by all the students too.
I do remember many of the graduates who have gone on to do good work all over the world and enjoyed helping them during their studies. Quite a few have contacted me over the years with queries and I enjoyed editing the book Just Do It! - a collection of reports on their new careers in Conductive Education, published by Conductive Education Press.
A Google Alert has led me to a number of comments on Andrew's blog in response to the news and I will look forward to hearing more about the plans to continue the course at NICE in June, as promised there by Mel Brown, and post any information I get on this blog..
The lists of CE centres and CE services on this blog will no longer be updated regularly. I will maintain information about locations of places/centres where conductors work worldwide, which can now be found on the Where Conductors Work Map on the Intelligent Love website at http://intelligentlove.org/InstitutionList/view_map.php
I have been a librarian for more years than I care to remember and involved in Conductive Education since 1991. I no longer work in the National Library of Conductive Education in Birmingham and thought it might be useful to compile a 'virtual' catalogue of items on Conductive Education which could be accessed by all.