The Peeth method became Hungaricum

The Peth method became the first Hungaricum, which is not a tangible concrete "product", but a spiritual pedagogical method, the significance of which, however, is very tangible.

The first Hungarian intellectual Hungaricum

At the beginning of this year, the head of the Petit Institute, Ildikou Passorn Tass, wrote a document stating that the Peth-method had become Hungaricum, that is to say, of the prominent circle of the old Hungarian name. Hungaricum can only be one that has a tradition, is of high quality and it is very important that its name should continue to be suitable for foreign relations with Hungary - says the head of the institute, who has been in office for 25 years. Andras Peth had a Far Eastern saying: "Give fish to the hungry, and you will save the dead that day. Try to die. Humans will be alive, and neither will he suffer," he will not suffer. The people who work here are dedicated and committed to the cause of sickness and to showing people and families with neuromuscular complaints the path to full life. This method was first taught and practiced in the world at the beginning of the institution named after him. The basis of conductive education, however, is that the nervous system, in spite of lesions, has certain contents that allow the development of new connections. This "reserve" can be effectively mobilized by proper control of the learning-teaching process. The conductive method is a Latin expression, meaning derivative. Here, I teach you how to execute movement processes, that is to say, guide patients, providing only the amount of help needed to perform a movement or movement.

Professor Andrb Petch

Prof. Dr. Andrb Peth Peter has come to life. The name of Peth, who also watches his name, has won the Hungaricum "excellence". Dr. András Peth, Doctor of Medicine, was born on September 11, 1893 in Szombathely. He finished his school here. He continued his medical studies at the University of Vienna. In 1922 he began to deal with the therapy of the central nervous system. After his return in 1938, in 1945 he established an institution in a cellar in Budapest, which was followed in the 50's by the Petitioner András Petõ, a member of the Military Institution, officially founded by the Hungarian government. Dr. András Peth was a large-format, charismatic entity. It was not a hopeless case for him, with superhuman perseverance and overpowering will to heal all his patients. He never gave up on anyone. The conductive education system has opened a new chapter in the rehabilitation of people with disabilities. András Petх lived in the institution until his death in 1967.

The affected: from a couple of months to the age of 80

The method is most effective if the patient is treated sooner, so early detection is extremely important. With the parent involved, it is worth starting early and persuading them to practice regularly at home. Conductive education is a lengthy, time-consuming, but successful process that requires complex co-operation. The admission of children is at the suggestion of an expert at the institute. Patients come here not only from every corner of the country (a domestic conductive network works), but also from abroad. In Hungary, there are about six thousand children under the age of fourteen who have been moved due to a CNS illness, but their condition can be improved by the Peth method. The department contacts 1000 families with 1200 families each year for treatment of sick children. Many people can thank the Peeth method that they can live a full life.

Multiple institutional units, one goal

The Institute is made up of several organizational units. The Early Developer and Conductive Care Center provides conductive counseling, early development and care, and conductive pedagogical support. Infants, toddlers, and adolescents provide complex conductive pedagogical development that does not progress to the age of the central nervous system. In practi- cal nursery, there is a need for central nervous system disorder (CP) between 3-6 / 7 years, special needs education, and integration and care for children with special needs in the integration group, but it is closed on a daily basis. a group of people living in it. The kindergarten is also an integral part of the public education system, where versatile development is emerging. In the elementary school unit, children with schooling have a complex personality development in mind, movement, and personal service, and can thus successfully integrate into the "health" community. In addition to developing children, Professor András Petх placed great emphasis on the rehabilitation of adult dysfunctions. They are dealt with by adult education professionals. After multiple sclerosis or post-stroke recovery, the method is very effective, but it also provides emergency care for elderly Parkinson's patients.
One of the most important goals of conductive pedagogy - regardless of age - is to learn, that is, to develop learning skills. The Petх Institute in Budapest's two districts - the XI. and XII. district - it works.

Keeping track of conductive educators is extremely important

Rehabilitation, which is one of the cornerstones of the method, is one of the key goals of the educational process. In the event of discharge, patients will receive a clear document of their condition. Professionals keep track of patients' lives and are always available when they seek advice. "Old" patients can visit the institution anytime, either personally, by phone, and do it because they get what you have nowhere: paying attention, turning, specific help, advice that can help them. Every effort is made to reintegrate into the age-appropriate, biological, social requirements of the age group.

Situation in Hungary and in Köllhon

There are fifteen million people in the world who need conductive education. In Hungary there are about 6,000 children under the age of fourteen who are physically impaired due to a disease of the central nervous system. In the year 2005, there were 225 conductors working in our country. The institution also has a college where more than a thousand professionals have been trained so far. The institute's renowned directory has valuable world-renowned technical books. This year's reconstruction of the college will provide a place for this immeasurably valuable book, and a modern educational building that matches the demands of the age, expects students to study for two years. The institute also trained Japanese citizenship specialists who learned Hungarian in conductive education. The fact that this method of education is universally accepted and followed also proves that conductive education is also taking place in Iran. The Petх Institute operates as a global conductive "conductive network" linking a number of countries. This was also recognized by Princess Diana, who made her an honor at the institution in the early '90s.