Megan Baker House (MBH) provides conductive education sessions for children and adults with motor disorders such as Cerebral Palsy, Dyspraxia, Parkinson's disease, stroke and Acquired brain injury.
Through conductive education participants learn how to manage and deal with the difficulties caused by their condition to enable them to lead a more independent life.


About Megan Baker House 


A pathway towards independence

We provide life changing sessions for children and adults with a variety of motor disabilities and since 2002 have helped hundreds of children reach their full potential and lead more independent lives. Although MBH receives no statutory funding, all conductive education services at the centre are provided free-of-charge.


A small centre with far reaching consequences

Our participants include children with cerebral palsy, dyspraxia and other motor disordesr and adults with early on-set Parkinson’s disease and stroke. 



A first class service

MBH centre is situated in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside in a purpose-designed converted barn and has a variety of spaces enabling us to help a wide spectrum of children from larger groups of children with dyspraxia through to individual sessions for children with more complex disabilities. An additional facility, the Wooden Spoon Suite, was officially opened in November 2010 and includes a kitchen area for participants to learn ways in which they can cook and prepare their own food. MBH is proud of its reputation as a ‘centre-of-excellence’ and strives hard to not only maintain its high standards, but improve and innovate continuously.