King’s College Broadcast for Change Society

28 November 2022

Kings College London Students with Physiotherapist

Boy in Music Therapy at CPotentialThis week, we were visited by Sara Belluzzo, a second-year student from King’s College London, and her colleagues – interested to learn more about disability and the support available to improve children and young people’s quality of life and independence.

Sara is the Public Relations Officer for the King’s Broadcast for Change (KBFC) society, and the aim of the society is to inform students about multiple ranges of domestic and global issues which they may not be familiar with. After researching topics, they publish articles, and arrange volunteering, fundraising events, and informative sessions.

Each month the society has a running theme that is decided upon by a committee, and for November, their goal was to inform as many people as possible on the subject of disabilities.

To be more informed of all things CPotential and how children with movement disorders are supported in life, Sara and her colleagues enjoyed a tour of our Centre, meeting therapists, a Q&A and observing sessions in Physiotherapy and Music Therapy.

Thank you Kings College London for selecting CPotential for your experience.

If you know of any students or anyone else who would be interested to visit us and learn more about our work, please get in touch.

Click here to find out more about CPotential

Music Therapy session with Kings College London students visiting

Girl in Physiotherapy at CPotential


Search the site:

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

You have Successfully Subscribed!