Our very first Live Q&A was a huge success on the 30th of August 2021. bibic Developmental Therapy Manager, Chelsey Oxley went live at 6pm, and after a quick introduction to the session, the questions started rolling in fast.
The theme of this Live Q&A was sensory, one of our therapists’ favourite topics to talk about. There were so many interesting questions raised around this subject, some broad, some personal, and each and every one we were happy to answer and discuss.
We were overwhelmed with the support of many recognisable names and faces to bibic, as well as welcoming some new ones. It was a wonderful experience to have so many of you engaging with the livestream, we hope it gave value to all of you needing to ask those all-important questions and get answers you may have been waiting so long to hear.
So, why are we going live monthly?
With a huge increase in the demand for our services, we felt providing this opportunity would help those parents and carers who are waiting to see us, those who have already visited us as well as others.
Sometimes all you want, is the opportunity to ask a question, and that’s exactly what we wanted to provide.
We know the struggle is very real for parents and carers, tackling ever growing waiting lists, and going from one place to another in the SEND community, often struggling to get the answers they need, which is why we wanted to provide an opportunity to help.
Join us next time!
We are so excited to host our next Live Q&A on 28th September 2021, at 6pm. With children returning to school this month, we thought it would be a good time to talk all about language and communication.
Register for free here, and we’ll send you a link to join! We hope to see you there!
Catch up on what you missed…
You can watch the replay of our previous Live Q&A, (start at 3 minutes 18 seconds), to catch up on all the sensory questions we answered and the topics we discussed.
To keep an eye on our upcoming Live Q&A ‘s you can keep your eyes peeled on our website here, or follow us on social media!