NHS Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group is seeking views on proposed changes to what is available on prescription in Bromley. The CCG is proposing to no longer support routine prescribing of health supplements and self-care medications for short term minor illnesses and injuries that will get better over time. The medicines covered in this proposal can be purchased from a pharmacy or a supermarket. NHS England recently announced that efforts need to be made to get better value for money in the NHS and eliminate waste. To have your say on these proposals read the proposal leaflet on the CCG website here and complete the online survey here . The CCG has produced an easy read version for people with learning disabilities which you can access here
Bromley Mencap are looking to recruit an energetic and enthusiastic PA to support a disabled young man to access his varied programme of day services.
As a PA you’ll provide high quality 1:1 support to assist our client to go about his day to day activities, from his family home and within the local community. He currently attends a range of college courses and day services and requires support to access these services fully. Our client is a wheelchair user, and requires assistance with all aspects of his support. Click here for more details
Primary and Secondary Intervention Services
Recently commissioned by the London Borough of Bromley and Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group, the service to which we’re recruiting provides a refreshingly 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 and carers, and breaks down the barriers to employment and training.
Utilising the knowledge and expertise of Age UK Bromley & Greenwich, Bromley Mencap, Bromley & Lewisham Mind, Citizens Advice Bromley and Community Links Bromley via a Single Point of Access, this innovative service will deliver new options for local people to help them maintain both their physical and mental health as well as their independence and employment opportunities.
Bromley Mencap is an independent, award winning charity providing services for disabled people, families and carers and we are recruiting to the following 5 new posts click here for more details
Community Outreach Worker
Salary £28,400 pension 3%
37 hrs per week
This new and exciting programme of outreach work will deliver a range of services and initiatives to ensure that disabled young people, disabled adults and their families have improved access to local and community services, an increase in their life skills and independence and an ability to improve their financial position through increased confidence in managing finances and budgeting, preparing for employment and accessing welfare benefits and grants. Click here for more details and how to apply
Casual work contract
£10.50 up to £12.50 per hour (depending on experience)
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join our supported employment service, Jobmatch. We are looking to recruit experienced job coaches, to work with and support disabled people in sustaining their employment. You will have experience of one to one coaching, and agreeing reasonable adjustments with employers on behalf of our clients. Click here for more details
Childminding Network Co-ordinator