bibic is a small national charity making a big difference
Since 1972, bibic has evolved into a national charity supporting not only those with brain injuries but a wide range of disabilities, developmental conditions and learning difficulties; bibic passionately believes that every child deserves to reach their potential and live a fulfilling life.
bibic delivers individualised developmental therapy to children and young people age 6 months to 25 years old, and training to parents and professionals. bibic sees children and young people with or without a diagnosis and supports a wide range of special educational needs (SEN) and conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, Sensory processing difficulties and many more.
bibic’s holistic approach
bibic considers every child as the unique individual they are and follows a similar style for each assessment with variations depending on the difficulties the child is experiencing. It is this holistic and integrated approach that makes bibic’s individualised therapy so effective.
Assessments are delivered by a bibic developmental therapist to identify strengths, weaknesses and difficulties. In response to these outcomes, a bespoke programme of support is designed to address the underlying causes of those difficulties, empowering parents and carers with therapeutic interventions and strategies to carry out at home and school to help their child overcome challenges.
Many parents say that as a result of bibic’s support, they are more aware, confident and able to make informed choices about issues affecting their child’s life.
Here are just some of the comments from the families that have benefited from bibic’s service:
“The bibic report meant school could implement the recommendations and our son is now more likely to engage in education”.
“We now understand how to deal with our daughter’s situation”.
“Jade is less isolated in school and more able to have positive relationships with peers and teachers”.
“We’re now able to do normal family things. Her academic skills have improved, she now sees to her own personal care, and gets herself about at school”.
“Better understanding and strategies have changed all our lives, I now recognise warning signs, when Josh is struggling with life, and how to pre-empt a melt down and head it off”.
Help bibic achieve more for struggling families and their children
bibic receives no government funding and is only able to continue its highly regarded and valued service as a result of the incredible generosity of its loyal supporters, donors and fundraisers.
There are so many exciting and creative ways to support bibic; from sponsoring an incredible child like Mia, donating a regular monthly amount, to challenging yourself to that skydive you’ve always wanted to do!
Find out how you can support bibic here and help change more lives.