Gabriel Pinter

Gabriel  Pinter
Position: Senior Conductive Educator (Conductor)

Gabriel holds a Master’s Degree in Conductive Education from the world-famous International Peto Institute, in Budapest, Hungary. An expert in childhood learning, he has more than 30 years of experience teaching children with cerebral palsy and spina bifida.

Since arriving to Australia, Gabriel has taught in the Royal Deaf and Blind Institute at North Rocks, in the Support Unit of Roselea Primary School at Carlingford, as well as conducting a private practice. He joined Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) in 2001.

Gabriel was integral to establishing the Centre for Conductive Education at CPA and he has organised numerous intensive school holiday programs under the title 'Camp for Independence' with the assitance of the Rotary Club of Pittwater. At CPA, Gabriel coordinates and runs Conductive Education classes for school-age children. For further information about Conductive Education go here.