The Autumn Bulletin issue is out now

The Autumn Bulletin issue is out now. Read all the latest local and national disability news, updates on the Bromley Well Learning Disability and Physical Disability Pathways and articles on the benefits of the winter flu jab, our Ann Kean Keep Fit Award Winner and our Music from the Movies evening!  Read more here

Vacancy at Bromley Mencap

Children’s Wellbeing Co-ordinator
Part-time 21 hours per week
£16,178 (actual) + pension

We require a highly skilled Wellbeing Co-ordinator to design and deliver a programme of information workshops and leisure activities to enable disabled children and their siblings to enjoy an ordinary life by reducing isolation and improving independence.
You will need good communication skills, the ability to work flexible hours and experience of providing information sessions and leisure services to children and young people.

For more information about the role and how to apply click here

Help our appeal to fund Outdoor Activities Club!

Part of our mission is to promote the well-being and development of disabled people of all ages in all areas of their lives; and to support their families in supporting them. Since 2008, we have been providing outdoors activities, keep fit, exercise, sporting and leisure opportunities for people with disabilities in the London Borough of Bromley, which have proved to be very successful.

Our Outdoor Activities Club members have enjoyed trips to Kew Gardens every year and really enjoyed it. Each year we need to raise funds for the trip through community fundraising. We will need £560 for the coach costs and £40 for discounted entrance fee for our group. This appeal will help us fund a coach trip to Kew Gardens for our Outdoor Activities Club this year.
Please take a look at the details in the link below and see how you can help change lives for the better! 

Bromley Mencap’s summer issue of Bulletin is out now

Bromley Mencap’s summer issue of Bulletin is out now. Read about our tennis event to mark Learning Disability Week, the borough’s easy read questionnaire to get your views on the new Learning Disability Strategy, our new Day Opportunities Programme, free cycling courses, our late summer ‘Music from the Movies’ concert event and all the local and national disability news! You can read all this and more here

Vacancy at Bromley Mencap

Mutual Carers Support Worker
Hours: 25 hours per week
Salary: £17,641 (FTE £26,643) + 3% pension

Bromley Well is commissioned by the London Borough of Bromley and Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group to deliver services for local people to help them maintain both their physical and mental health as well as their independence and employment opportunities.
You will provide support and activities for mutual carers who would benefit from early intervention and preventative support. As the Mutual Carers Support Worker you will provide outreach support for an ongoing caseload of 30 families where a person with a disability, long term health condition or mental health issue is living at home with elderly parents or other relatives and each is caring for, and therefore dependant on the other to enable them to continue living independently in the community.
You will provide one-to-one support and facilitate peer support groups, workshops and training sessions focussing on improved health, resilience and independence.
For more information about the role and how to apply click here

Bromley Mencap New Cycling Project

New Cycling Project
Bromley Mencap has been awarded funding from Cycling Grants London for our new project ‘Bromley Disability Cycling’. The project will provide individual and group cycling training sessions for disabled people and their families to help improve their health and well-being. It will also deliver 8-week cycling and bike maintenance courses for families. The project will use reconditioned bikes which our students have worked on in our community hub. The cycling project will benefit from the one mile cycling track at Norman Park. Join up now! More details here