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  • Neurodiversity educational support service to start

    BICP is pleased to announce that Susan Woods is now taking booking for educational support sessions through BICP. Susan has a background of teaching having previously worked as a SENCo for Redmaids High School and is currently offering bespoke educational support for children with autism, ADHD and other forms of neurodiversity. You can see a full range of her services on our educational support page. To book a session please contact Susan by email:

  • BICP has launched!

    We are pleased to launch BICP as a new independent clinic working in Bristol. The aim of BICP is not only to provide high quality evidence based assessments for children with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism and ADHD, but also: To provide a venue to host new, innovative techniques and treatments, to support children that are not available on the NHS. To provide workshops for families looking at a range of issues for children with neurodiversity. To bring together different disciplines under a single service in order to meet the needs of neurodiverse children. For more details see our website:

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