After Mollie was diagnosed, her parents Karen and Darren set up Mollie's Fund to raise money for her twice yearly visits to The British Institute for Brain Injured Children in Somerset.
What does BIBIC stand for?
BIBIC stands for British Institute for Brain Injured Children
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Now researchers at the British Institute for Brain Injured Children claim that many youngsters are given Asbos without being diagnosed.
Click for guidance THE charity British Institute for Brain Injured Children provides online advice for anyone interested in talking to a member of the recently-formed Child Brain Injury Legal Group about any legal queries they have.
The British Institute for Brain Injured Children is looking for volunteers to take part in its Great Wall of China Trek next year.
He has chosen to support the Warrington Association for Special Children, the British Institute for Brain Injured Children and Ward A7 at Warrington Hospital.
Most of the money made from their trek is now set to go to the British Institute for Brain Injured Children - which has given the Homewood family, who live in Canterbury, Kent, help in diagnosing the condition of the two boys and overcoming the problems it presents.
THE British Institute for Brain Injured Children is appealing for used inkjet and laser-jet toner cartridges for recycling.
Then they heard about the work of BIBIC - the British Institute for Brain Injured Children - in Bridgwater, Somerset.