Friends and family of a much-loved charity ambassador gathered at the Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre on Elliott Road, Bromley on 20 April for the official opening of its new bedsit facility.
The new bedsit has been designed for families with a disabled child, who travel from all over the UK, to stay onsite in a purpose-built facility.
The bedsit, called ‘Stuart’s Dormy House’, was named in memory of charity ambassador Stuart Spicer who passed away in December 2018.
Charity Centre Manager, Karen Smith, said: “Stuart was one of life’s all round good, kind and generous people and we were so very lucky to have him as our friend. It was great to see so many people gather to remember Stuart and all the good work he has done for the Foundation and to celebrate the opening of our new centre bedsit, which we opened in his name.
“Disabled children need a lot of specialist equipment and as some of our families travel a long way, it is not always possible for them to bring all that they need for their stay. The new bedsit will supply everything they need to help them while they are here.”
The Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre opened on 20 April 2015 and it’s the only independent centre of its kind in South East England that provides intensive physiotherapy programmes for disabled children across the region.
The centre supports disabled children aged 3–16 years with cerebral palsy, developmental delay/co-ordination disorders and other non-progressive neurological disorders and syndromes.
For further information about the Freddie Farmer Foundation please contact charity centre manager Karen Smith on 020 8313 3707, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website www.freddiefarmerfoundation.org.uk.
About Freddie Farmer Foundation
Freddie Farmer Foundation is the charitable arm of the Freddie Farmer physiotherapy centre, which provides high quality specialised physiotherapy and support services for children with cerebral palsy and mobility problems, as well as providing support for their families and carers.
The physiotherapy centre, based on Elliott Road in Bromley supports disabled children aged 3–16 years with cerebral palsy, developmental delay/co-ordination disorders and other non-progressive neurological disorders and syndromes.
The centre opened in April 2015 to provide intensive physiotherapy programmes for disabled children and is one of a handful of independent UK therapy centres offering specialist equipment and therapeutic exercises, supporting disabled children from all over London and the South-east.
To find out more, please visit the Freddie Farmer Foundation website: www.freddiefarmerfoundation.org.uk
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