Disability Voice Bromley is holding a consultation meeting for disabled people. The meeting will discuss the proposals around the future of local hospital services. This follows the report by the Trust Special Administrator. Details of the meeting are attached here.
… for this year’s Guardian Public Services Awards.
We’ve been shortlisted for the Carers, Families and Communities Award in the Service Delivery category for our Mutual Carers Service.
Our Mutual Carers Service provides a range of support for older parents/carers and their adult sons and daughters with learning disabilities to enable them to continue living together independently in their own homes.
The full Awards Shortlist appears in the Guardian and can be found here.
Our competition is Manchester City Council and Hertfordshire County Council, so we are particularly pleased to have our scheme recognised.
The winners will be announced at an Awards Evening in London on November 22nd.
The latest issue of the Bulletin is now available. If you can’t wait another minute to read it, then go to the blue bar above, click on “About”, then “Bulletin” and you’ll see the link to open the September/October 2011 Bulletin.
There are also links there to previous issues.
You can find Bromley Mencap’s response to the consultation on short breaks here
There’s a new Parent and Toddler group for children with additional needs and/or disabilities just opening in the Borough
The Salvation Army in Bromley will be facilitating this new group.
The first session commences on 14th September at 12.30 pm to 14.30 pm at The Salvation Army, Ethelbert Road, Bromley, Kent The cost of the session is £1.50 per family.
If you would like further information or have any queries regarding this group please call the co-ordinator, Rae Edwards on 07802 820469. Rae will be pleased to help you.