• Mrs Allis

Bromley Parent Voice Updates

Film Club LEGO® Batman Movie Saturday 20th January 2018 Bromley Central Library 1:30pm - 4pm The Bromley Family Film Club is excited to return to the Bromley Central Library this month with our first film event of 2018. Join us for a special Lego Creative Play session followed by the legendary "LEGO® Batman Movie". Please note the changed timings this month: 1:30pm - 4pm.

Click here for more details and how to book a place. Vibrance Peer Support Group Tuesday 30th January 2018 10:30am-12noon Mission Cafe, 8A The Mall, Bromley Vibrance are setting up an informal and friendly peer support group for Direct Payment recipients to enable people to share their experiences and discuss ways of improving PA employment in Bromley. Whilst this group is at the early stages of implementation they want to establish a core group of attendees which they would like to expand on in the future. They are particularly keen to invite people who would be interested in connecting with others to discuss topics that affect them, to help shape and improve the delivery of Direct Payments and PA employment in Bromley. If you are interested in joining the group please email: bdp@vibrance.org.uk or call 0208 290 6639. Cake and Share Wednesday 17th January 2018 Mottingham Community Centre, Kimmeridge Rd, London SE9 4EB Come along to our Cake & Share to have a coffee and a chat. Click here to read more. Freeze Fun Social Club 6th February, Beckenham A social club for 12-14 year olds with ASD or Social Communication Difficulties. Click here to read more. Bromley Mencap Vacancy Employment Advisor Salary: £26,000 p.a. & 2% pension Hours: 37.5 hours Recently commissioned by the London Borough of Bromley and Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group, Bromley Third Sector Enterprise (BTSE) provides a new approach to supporting Bromley residents including:

  • Support of older people

  • Adults with long term health conditions

  • Adults with learning disabilities

  • Adults with physical disabilities

  • People with mental health issues

  • Carers

This is an exciting time to become part of the team at Bromley Mencap as we work with our partners Age UK Bromley & Greenwich, Bromley & Lewisham Mind, Citizens Advice Bromley and Community Links Bromley. We deliver services for local people to help them maintain both their physical and mental health as well as their independence and employment opportunities. Click here for full details and how to apply Bromley Mencap STEP FORWARD @ ASTLEY DAY SERVICE Tues 1pm-3pm Wed & Thurs 10am-12noon

  • An opportunity to work towards paid employment or voluntary work

  • Education & training workshops with our Employment Advisors

  • Advice and support and coaching for all candidates

You will need to attend compulsory training & education workshops weekly. Click here to read more or for more information please call 0208 466 0791 SPUR OF THE MOMENT - Drama & Theatre Workshops Drama Club Expression of Interest Form - Primary & Secondary The purpose of the Drama Club is to provide enrichment opportunities for young people. Read more here and to find out how you can get involved. Health Inequalities Workshop for parents or family carers of people with a learning disability Wednesday 24 January 2018 The aim of the workshop is to look at what are the barriers and their impact. How we can work together to improve access and experiences for all involved and work towards better healthcare. Click here to read more. PDA and mental health Information on Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and Mental health. Clickhere to read. Deafblind Enablement Newsletter 2017 Click here to read the the Newsletter. The Sharks Swimming Club A competitive swimming club and have a few spaces for classifiable disabled swimmers aged 11+ to join the Monday evening sessions at The Eric Liddell Centre in Mottingham. Visit their new Website or click here to read more.