Last month saw the launch of our campaign to raise funds to purchase a LokoHelp electromechanical gait trainer to enable disabled children to walk.The LokoHelp kit, which looks like a sophisticated treadmill, does the work of two physiotherapists by holding the child’s legs in an upright position to enable the...

We have a very limited availability for some therapy sessions in May and June 2016. Please contact us for details.4 days (Tues 3 May – Fri 6 May) - Morning and afternoon7 days (Mon 6 June – Tues 14 June) - Afternoon onlyTo book a...

Staff from the London Football Association paid the Freddie Farmer Foundation a visit last week to present the proceeds of their annual staff Christmas collection.The £215 donation will go towards purchasing new equipment and accessories for the Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre, based on Elliott...

The Freddie Farmer Foundation is fundraising to raise £55,000 to purchase a LokoHelp electromechanical gait trainer.The LokoHelp is an electromechanical gait trainer that works with children in an upright position to enable the children to walk in the correct walking pattern, it builds up the...

The Freddie Farmer Foundation, named after Freddie Farmer, of Hayes, who has cerebral palsy, is hosting its second annual St George’s Day celebration dinner on Saturday 23 April 2016.The event will be taking place at Oakley House, Bromley and will include a traditional English four-course...

The latest addition to the Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre is the LiteGait Mobile Hoist system, a mobile partial weight bearing hoist that provides postural support and balance which can be used over ground or over a treadmill.The hoist allows the therapist to manually assist the...

18-year-old Sam Donovan from Welling is the latest addition to the Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre. He joined the team in January 2016 as apprentice physio assistant to our two resident physiotherapists, Colin Clifford and Judith Abbott.Sam is currently training to achieve a Level 3...

Member of Parliament for Bromley and Chislehurst Bob Neill was the latest visitor to the Freddie Farmer Foundation. He popped in on Friday 18 December to meet the team and to see for himself the unique facilities that the new Bromley centre provides for children...

The Freddie Farmer Foundation is £6,000 better off thanks to a grant from the Freemasons of West Kent.Keith Catchpole from Chislehurst nominated the charity to Philip May, Past Provincial Grand Charity Steward at the Provincial Charity Committee, who met on November 18 to vote to...

Freddie Farmer from the Freddie Farmer Foundation in Bromley was one of 20 young recipients of the Points of Light award to go to Downing Street with Prime Minister David Cameron for the Christmas lights switch-on ceremony last week.The award is given to "outstanding individual...