bibic is changing lives constantly across the UK
What is bibic?
bibic is a national charity with over 35 years' experience of working with children, young people and their families. Our mission is to help children with conditions affecting their social, communication, independence, sensory, motor and learning abilities to achieve their potential for a happier and more fulfilled life.
What we do?
Children and young people visit bibic with their family, which may include parents, siblings, grandparents, carers and others including professionals working with the child. Over a period of two days the bibic therapist consults with the whole family and carries out an assessment resulting in a unique profile of the young person's strengths and areas of difficulty.
A therapy program is devised based on the initial assessment and taught to the whole family so that it can be practised regularly at home within family life and routines. The simple exercises are designed to address gaps in the child's development and to help them achieve their potential, whatever that may be.
After their assessment the family has 6-months contact with their therapists. They may return for reassessment after 6 months, where the young person's progress can measured and celebrated, and new goals and exercises set. We treat each child as the unique individual they are, and by focusing on the positive we help them to improve and develop, often in ways their parents never thought possible.
bibic works with children who have disabilities and learning difficulties such as: