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From the 1st August 2022 to 31st August 2022, we will not be taking on any new enquiries (this does not include Johansen Individualised Auditory Stimulation or Irlen Syndrome enquiries).
We have had an unprecedented increase in enquiries recently. In order for us to continue to support our families to the highest standard we have had to make the decision to put a brief pause on receiving new enquiries.
Please rest assured if you have already made an enquiry with us, we will be in touch as soon as we can.
Please know we are still here for our families in need. If you are in need of immediate support in the meantime, please contact our free Support and Advice Line via phone, text or email sal@bibic.org.uk/ 07852803193 – Open Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm.
We also have free monthly Live Q&A’s all recorded and ready to re-watch on our Facebook page with helpful advice, information, and strategies, please keep an eye on our social media for upcoming ones.

Every child and young adult deserves the best possible chance to reach their potential

bibic is a national charity based in Langport, Somerset. It delivers therapeutic programmes to children and young adults aged 6 months to 25 years with developmental and neurological difficulties. bibic sees them with or without diagnosis and supports a wide range of neurological and genetic conditions.

What we do

Our team of highly experienced developmental therapists provide assessments and design tailored therapy programmes for every child and family to help:

– Children and young adults manage their difficulties, to cope better in the world around them.

– Parents and carers understand their child’s behaviour and needs.

– Teachers support struggling children and young adults emotionally and educationally.

Who we see

Children and young adults do not require a referral to come to bibic for help. We support developmental difficulties, learning disabilities, special educational needs (SEN) and genetic conditions. We help many children and young adults with Autism, Brain injury, Cerebral palsy, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Dyslexia, Down’s Syndrome, Sensory processing difficulties and many more.

Enabling independence, confidence and brighter futures

We empower desperate parents and carers with the support and strategies they need to improve not only their young person’s life, but their family’s too. We help children and young adults understand their condition better and live more independent lives; they become more confident and look forward to the future because of bibic’s therapy programme; several have gone to university and many are in employment citing bibic as playing a key part in their progress.

Discover how we can help your child or young adult.

“I don’t let myself think about Mia’s future. It’s too hard. But, what I do wish for, is that Mia would smile more. She deserves to be happy. For the first time, I believe that she will be and that’s because of bibic.”

Jazz, Mia’s Mum


what we do

Can we help your child?

Can we help your child?

bibic provides assessments to identify a child's difficulties, strengths and weaknesses. bibic's aim is to use the child’s strengths to overcome their difficulties and to make those difficulties smaller, so that life at home and school is more functional, fun and rewarding.

bibic developmental therapy

bibic developmental therapy

Benefit from bibic's developmental therapy programme, empowering parents and children with practical tools and strategies to make life less stressful and more fulfilling.

Supporting Service Providers

Supporting Service Providers

bibic provides specialist training and seminars for schools, educators and like-minded organisations. Speak to bibic's Family Services Team for more information.

Who we are

We exist to help families, their children and young adults with conditions affecting their development, social, sensory, motor, communication and learning abilities; we passionately believe that every child and young adult deserves to reach their potential.

At times, living with disabilities and difficulties can become overwhelming and parents, carers and teachers need our expertise to help them better understand and support a child’s behaviour and needs.

On average, 3 children in every UK classroom have some form of learning or developmental difficulty and less than 8% of disabled children receive regular support from the government. With continuing cuts to education and health services, parents cannot get the help they need to support their child, and as a result, the demand for our service is overwhelming.

We treat every child and young adult as the wonderful unique individual they are. Our programme gives professionals, families, their children and young adults skills and strategies to overcome daily challenges that many of us take for granted, so that life at home and school is more fun and rewarding.

Depending on a child or young adult's needs and difficulties, we help them learn to: feed themselves, sit without support, move without help, smile, cuddle, say I love you, laugh, communicate their needs, cope better in the world around them and sit with others where they once sat alone.

Sometimes, it really is the simple things that make a big difference and help families, their children and young adults to live a happier life.

Get Involved

Support us

Support us

Fundraise, donate, leave a legacy, sponsor a child, volunteer. There are countless ways to get involved. Join bibic and change a struggling child’s life today; make a difference forever.

Challenges & events

Challenges & events

From cake sales, marathons, fun-runs, skydives to challenges! You can host your own event, take part in a bibic challenge and change a child's life. Speak to bibic's friendly fundraising team for inspiration.

Corporate supporters

Corporate supporters

Your company can make a huge difference to bibic, a small national charity. Why not make bibic your Charity of the Year? Find out more about the benefits of a charitable partnership with bibic.

Our Corporate Supporters

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