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  • Teacher Alicia Chatham helps Peyton White straighten is feet during a Conductive Education class last Wednesday at Danbury Elementary School. Peyton’s parents moved to Claremont from Chicago in June of 2011 solely for the Conductive Education.

    Teacher Alicia Chatham helps Peyton White straighten is feet dur...

  • Peyton White helps his caregiver Emilah Wang pick out a blanket recently while shopping at Target in La Verne. Through the Conductive Education classes Peyton has learned to communicate with hand gestures.

    Peyton White helps his caregiver Emilah Wang pick out a blanket ...

  • Debra and Charles White play with their son Peyton last Wednesday at their north Claremont home. The couple bought the home because it is a single story with a pool which suits the needs of their son.

    Debra and Charles White play with their son Peyton last Wednesda...

  • Teacher Alicia Chatham helps Peyton White, who has cerebral palsy, with the position of his feet during Conductive Education at Danbury. The goal is to improve his muscle control so that he can learn to walk.

    Teacher Alicia Chatham helps Peyton White, who has cerebral pals...

  • Peyton White ascends the climbing wall with the assistance of No Limits Wes Ferson last May at Danbury Elementary School. No limits was started by paraplegic rock climber Mark Wellman so that special need children could experience climbing.

    Peyton White ascends the climbing wall with the assistance of No...

  • Peyton White looks up at his father Charles last Wednesday as the pair walk around the backyard of their Claremont home. Wednesday is Peyton’s short day at Danbury so the family makes time for afternoon recreation.

    Peyton White looks up at his father Charles last Wednesday as th...

  • Debra and Charles White photograph their son Peyton as he ascends the climbing wall last May during a special assembly by No Limits at Danbury Elementary School. No Limits provides the climbing wall and all of the adaptive technology.

    Debra and Charles White photograph their son Peyton as he ascend...

  • Conductive Education trains special needs students’ minds as well as their bodies so that they can communicate better and get around more effectively.

    Conductive Education trains special needs students’ minds as w...

  • Debra White kisses her son Peyton at the end of his day at Danbury elementary School last Wednesday. Peyton, who has cerebral palsy, spent the last 2 hours in Danbury’s special Conductive Education class.

    Debra White kisses her son Peyton at the end of his day at Danbu...

  • Program Director Borbala Goda helps Peyton White with his sweater last Wednesday at the conclusion of the Conductive Education class at Danbury Elementary School. Danbury is the only public school in the United States that offers Conductive Education.

    Program Director Borbala Goda helps Peyton White with his sweate...

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