bibic are moving
bibic are relocating to fantastic, family friendly new premises in Langport, Somerset.
Knowle Hall has been bibic’s headquarters for over 40 years but unfortunately was no longer suitable for the families that visit us for therapy and sadly we could not justify the cost to the charity of bringing the building up to date. With an ever growing need for our services it was agreed that the best move for our organisation would be to find new premises.
The move to Old Kelways in Langport will allow us to help more children in a better environment and we hope that you all join us in thanking Bridgwater for homing us for the first 40 years of the charity’s life. “The support and kindness our cause has received from Bridgwater businesses and people has meant the world to us and we hope that they will continue to support us into the future so that we can carry on changing children’s lives” said bibic’s Chief Executive Office Geoff Cummins.
The new location will be ideal for providing bibic’s life changing therapy to
children living with conditions affecting the brain. bibic’s support services will be functioning from Langport from 11 November 2013 however Family Services will still be providing therapy to children at Knowle Hall until December 2013.
With warm and fully equipped premises in Langport, bibic will be able to function more economically meaning we will be able to allocate our resources to where they really matter - providing the service that directly makes a difference to children’s lives.
With the economic downturn the previous 5 years has proved extremely difficult for bibic to survive. We would like to thank those who have helped kept us going and hope that you join us in welcoming the move with warm arms.
If you would like to come and visit us in Langport, please call us. We would love to see you there. If you have any further questions, please contact Geoff Cummins on 01278 684060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our new address and phone number
Old Kelways, Somerton Road, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9SJ
Each year hundreds of thousands of children are born with brain conditions that affect their social, communication and learning abilities.
bibic is a national charity offering practical help to families caring for children with conditions like autism, aspergers, cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, developmental delay, brain injury, and specific learning difficulties like ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia. We specialise in understanding the causes of challenging behaviour and can even offer support if your child has not been diagnosed with a condition.
bibic is a registered charity, number 1057635 and in Scotland SC043909 and, receiving no government funding, relies heavily on support and donations from trusts and foundations, companies, individuals and community groups to provide life-changing help needed by many children and their families. As a charity we believe that families who cannot afford to pay for the bibic programme should never be turned away due to financial hardship. You can view our annual accounts by visiting the Charity Commission Website or please contact us to receive a copy by email or post.
What Families Say About Us
After each child's visit we ask families to complete a feedback form to assess what progress they feel their child is making. To see the results of the feedback click here.
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