If you or someone you know has had a healthy baby in the last 12 months, we would like to invite you to our treatment centre
We are extremely pleased to announce that we are now officially in our new home in Watford.
Huge congratulations to Jamie Tinklepaugh on his inspirational book launch 'Wheeling East: London to Hong Kong by wheelchair and train'.
Wow, we cannot believe we have now left East Finchley, but a new exciting chapter lies ahead.
Help support a child or adult with a disability access vital therapy this winter with a gift of just £25.
Wishing everyone an enjoyable festive period and Happy New Year!
This month, we said goodbye to Stephen Latner, our Chairman, who retired after the completion of the sale of our East Finchley site.
If you are new to cerebral palsy we would like to invite you and your child to an open morning, to learn how Bobath therapy can benefit your child.
We're very excited to announce that works have started on our new home in Watford and here is the first photographic evidence.
The sun was out and carousel spinning along Brighton's waterfront on the 6th September, when over 150 delegates along with staff and two trustees, descended upon The Jury's Inn Hotel
My name is Sama and I’m 12 years old. I was born with a physical disability, which caused people to treat me differently and underestimate my ability.
JMW Solicitors raised a fantastic £1,500 for Bobath by taking on the challenge of climbing the Yorkshire Three Peaks in under 12 hours.
World Cerebral Palsy Day is a movement of people with cerebral palsy and their families, and the organisations that support them, in more than 65 countries.
The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) – a coalition of 60 charities, including The Bobath Centre – has published economic research showing a £1.5 billion funding gap for services needed by disabled children.
REGISTER TODAY! 6th to 8th September 2018 - Cerebral Palsy...through different AGES and STAGES
It's been a busy month for training!
Professor Virginia Wright flew over from the Holland Bloorview Research Institute in Toronto, Canada
Massive thanks go to our brilliant 11-strong London Marathon team on Sunday 22nd April, who collectively raised a whopping £25k for the centre.
TV comedian, James Acaster helped us raise £4,650 in support of our early therapy scheme for children at risk of cerebral palsy.
We will be contacting you again shortly to check the information we hold about you is correct and you are happy for us to keep this on our database.
We are forever grateful to Videx Security Ltd for their continued support to us year on year raising funds from their annual golf days.
After meeting Independent Business Consultant, Nigel Codron through the local N2United Business Network, we were very lucky to receive a visit from him along with a cheque donation for £1,040 towards our Early Intervention Scheme.
Thank you for your support over the last year - we couldn't do what we do without the help of our supporters, and together, we can give children and families living with cerebral palsy the best life possible.
A super special place called the Bobath Centre”
Huge congratulations and thanks to Jane Weakley of Field Fisher law firm for rounding up a fantastic cycling team for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 challenge in July.
Now that more and more shiny new pound coins are in use, we are fast approaching the deadline of October 15th to rid ourselves of the old pound coins before they are removed from circulation.
As you may be aware, the children’s centre has been marketing the property with a view to both charities relocating (Bobath Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Bobath Centre for Adults with Neurological Disability).
We are a proud member of the Disabled Children’s Partnership – a growing coalition of more than 45 organisations – campaigning for improved health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families in England.
Virginia Knox, Consultant Physiotherapist and Bobath Tutor, presented a poster about some of her research following a recent Masters’ degree at the European Academy of Childhood Disability Conference in Amsterdam.
Niki Michael, mother of 3 children, the eldest a 12 year old daughter has a diagnosis of dystonic quadriplegic CP. Niki has 15 years experience as a professional fundraiser, working at both a national and a local level for children and young people's disability organisations.
Bobath Occupational Therapist, Athena Logothetis has been working with The National Institute of Health Care Excellence (NICE) to produce their first guideline on the assessment and management of cerebral palsy in under 25s.
The CP Parents' & Carers' Group is a great way to bring together families living with cerebral palsy.
The Bobath Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy is looking for a new home following a strategic review by trustees.
An honest and personal account of the highs and lows of bringing up Sam who was born with cerebral palsy.
Come and help keep our green spaces in tip-top condition.
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