1-16 Mikasa cho

Takarazuka shi

Hyogo ken

Japan 665-0863

theceebeecenter@gmail.com

www.ceebeecenter.com

 

Tel: 090-2859-7076 / 0797-20-0398

Fax: 0797-20-0398

Open Every Day Weekdays & Weekends

9 am - 7 pm

except Govt. Holidays

 
Core Programs
 
 
 

EIP : What is our Early Intervention Program?

This is the first time in Japan that such a professional Early Intervention Program is being offered to nurseries, kindergartens, schools & day care centers, around Japan.  Our goal is to spread this program all around Japan so that it becomes a regular part of the school’s teaching system such as other regular subjects like P.E. Music, etc.

This program benefits not only children with developmental delays, disabilities, physical, social &  communication problems BUT also any & all children because it helps to build on & strengthen the foundation of every child’s life skills & raises the child’s overall skills & capabilities for learning.

In this program we use many kind of therapies & programs including the ‘Move to Learn’ⓒ program [Australia] as the base & supplement it with ‘Cee Bee’s very own developed ‘ACE’ⓒ (Activity Communication & Exercise) program [Japan] & the ‘Me Moves’ⓒ Program (U.S.A.)

The ‘Move to Learn’ ⓒ(MTL) program (Australia), has been developed over the last 35 years & is being practiced in many schools, special needs establishments & homes in Australia.  It has also spread to & is being practiced around the world including countries such as the U.K. the U.S.A., France, Switzerland, Poland, South Africa, Japan, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, & Thailand. 

 

The ‘Activity, Communication & Exercise’ (ACEⓒ) program in Japan, has been developed over the last 12 years by Mr. Cecil Burton, Owner & Director of the Cee Bee Center.

 

The ‘Me Moves’ⓒ program (U.S.A.) is being practiced in many schools, establishments & homes in the U.S.A. & around the world.  It has proved to be very effective in addressing the coordination of both sides of the brain & body, improving focus & concentration & producing a calming effect in a child through its movements. 

 

This EIP program includes various fun-filled, graded step-by-step physical & mental exercises & activities for children that can be done with just one child or a small or large number of children, in large and small spaces, e.g. a gym, a classroom, a standard tatami room at home.​

Move to Learnⓒ : What is the MTL Program?

  1. MTL was developed by Barbara Pheloung, the founder of Move to Learn, who spent over 35 years working in the field of special education in Australia. She was an inspiration to many & through her work, she has inspired a growing number of teachers, therapists & parents around the world who have adopted her program.  The results of these movements have helped & is helping thousands of special needs children around the world every day to develop both physically & mentally and perform better at school and in their lives.

  2. As a special needs teacher, Barbara worked with children with LD – children who weren’t coping in the classroom, who weren’t able to learn effectively in the educational system as it was at the time,  & Barbara wanted to know why they weren’t able to learn, & more importantly, how to help them learn.

  3. Unable to find answers in the Australian educational system, she looked elsewhere – she networked with other teachers, Doctors, OT's,  Physiotherapists, Behavioral Optometrists, Kinesiologists & other professionals working in the field of learning difficulties. She read the latest research from overseas, from the UK & the USA & she began putting some of these newly gathered ideas into effect in her own center which she set up with some of her associates.

  4. The most important discovery was the impact of movement on a child's ability to learn. They discovered that movement was the key & not just any movement - but specific graded movements in a specific order.​​​

THE MOVE TO LEARN PROGRAM ADDRESSES

  1. Primitive Reflexes & Postural Reflexes including the Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex, the Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex, the Spinal Galant Reflex, the Palmer Reflex, etc.

  2. Poor balance, postural stability, coordination mid-line wall, body awareness & body strength

  3. Immature vestibular systems, immature proprioceptive & tactile systems

  4. Sensory motor skills, motor planning, motor control

  5. Physical intervention (reaching, rolling, crawling, walking, jumping, catching, throwing, left & right brain & body coordination, center line balance, etc.);

  6. Cognitive skills (thinking, learning, problem solving, attention span, etc.);

  7. Behavior & communication (talking, listening, understanding, interaction with peers & adults, etc.);

  8. Social/emotional (playing, feeling secure & happy, responding to & asking questions, appropriate behavior, self-confidence, challenging themselves, etc.)

  9. Self-help & activities of daily living (eating, dressing, grooming, playing, washing, etc.)

  10. Proprioception 

ACE Programⓒ : What is the ACE Program?

The ACE (Activity, Communication & Exercise) Programⓒ was developed by Mr. Cecil Burton, Owner & Director of the Cee Bee Center. through his long years of observations, discussions & working  together with special need children, their parents & teachers in Japan and around the world. 

OUR ACEⓒPROGRAM ADDRESSES 

  1. Physical intervention (reaching, rolling, crawling, walking, jumping, catching, throwing, left and right brain & body coordination, center line balance, etc.)

  2. Cognitive skills (thinking, learning, problem solving, attention span, etc.)

  3. Behavior and Communication (talking, listening, understanding, interaction with peers & adults, etc.

  4. Social/Emotional (playing, feeling secure & happy, responding to and asking questions, appropriate behavior, self-confidence, challenging themselves, etc.)

  5. Self-help and Activities of Daily Living (eating, dressing, grooming, playing, washing, etc.)

  6. Proprioception. 

MeMovesⓒ : What is the MeMoves Program?

The MeMovesⓒ Program was developed in America by Roberta Scherf after personal family tragedy. It consists of a series of hand and arm movements done to sooth and calming music. 

The MeMoves Program helps to.....

  1. Calm the hyper-aroused student & energize the hypo-aroused student

  2. Create a sense of safety

  3. Create a sense of affiliation or belonging to a group or community

  4. Improve social engagement, positive teacher-student & parent-child interactions & child-child interactions

  5. Reduce or eliminate 'meltdowns'

  6. Improve concentration and focus

  7. Reduce off-task behaviors

  8. Increase a sense of resilience