Saturday, July 2, 2011

Gainesville and beyond: How to reach parents in smaller areas?

We were overjoyed when Alachua County Today, a popular North Central Florida weekly, decided to turn our press material into a story. Primarily because it reaches readers in smaller towns like Alachua, High Springs, Newberry, Hawthorne, LaCrosse, Waldo, Archer and Micanopy. Getting the word out and media interested in Gainesville is hard enough, while a lot of communities right outside of it never get to hear about us at all. Children with Cerebral Palsy are after all born in towns and cities and villages big and small, families rich and poor, and Conductive Education is something all parents should know about as an option available to them. Our school caters to the entire county, not just Gainesville, the structure our program has is unique in Florida and we often work with children from out of State. The link

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