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
New Cycling Project
SEND Matters Live – Transition
Thursday 27th June is the next SEND Matters Live event where parents/carers are encouraged to ask questions to a panel of leaders across the local area – all questions and answers are recorded on the Local Offer and Bromley Parent Voice websites for those that are unable to make the session. This month’s theme is Transition. Full details here
This year’s Learning Disability Week takes place 17th to 23rd June and the theme is sport and inclusion. To celebrate the week Bromley Mencap is holding a free, accessible tennis event on 19th June. Full details here
The latest Bromley Mencap Bulletin is out now! Read about our CQC Inspection, our new Children’s Wellbeing project, consultation plans on Bromley’s new Learning Disability Strategy, all the latest Bromley Well news and lots of community fundraising activities! Read more here
Saturday Club Scheme/Team Leader
£15.00 per hour
Do you have experience of managing a team of people and a care background?
Then this might be the ideal role for you! We need a reliable, flexible and resourceful person to lead a team of support workers at our Saturday Club which provides a much needed short break for families, while providing a range of fun activities for clients led by sessional workers. For more information and how to apply click here
Part time 9am-12noon, Monday to Friday
Salary £9,020 (£22,250 FTE) + 3% Pension
We are looking for a reliable and enthusiastic person to support the day to day running of our day opportunities for disabled adults in Bromley. You will work as part of the Lodge team, but also be confident to work independently devising interesting programmes which will support disabled adults to develop and enhance their independence and life skills. You will also be required to source resources, plan the staff rota, liaise with our clients, their families and carers and other staff members to ensure our services are delivered smoothly and professionally.
For more information about the role and how to apply click here