Welcome to our podcast channel!
In our latest podcast, Matt talks to Teresa Loftus from AbilityNet about the benefits of getting online and the support available from AbilityNet.
Our new podcast features Richard Wiseman, one of our Employment Advisors with Bromley Well, talking with members of the Employment Service, as well as featuring music from one of the members, the hugely talented Holly Allison.
In our new podcast, Steve talks about the 2021 Census and to Dr Jack Lewis about the changes to our homes as a result of Covid, and what we can do to help create relaxing places at home.
Bromley Mencap’s latest podcast was produced in partnership with Bromley Well and focuses on the Covid vaccine and people with learning disabilities.
We talk to Dr Lucia Anthonypillai, Bromley Learning Disability GP Clinical Lead about the benefits of the vaccine and what support is available to get it in Bromley.
We also hear from 2 members of Bromley Mencap, Justin Gibson and Hannah Dempsey, about their experience of getting the vaccine jab and why they think it’s a great idea for more people with learning disabilities to get the vaccine.
Additionally, we have a video of the interview with Hannah talking with Matt, our Adult Support Services Manager.
This time, Steve talks with Ade Adepitan and Dr Rupy Aujla.
Ade is well known as a television presenter and wheelchair basketball player, and was made Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to disability sport in 2005.
Dr Rupy is an NHS GP who started The Doctor’s Kitchen, a project to inspire patients about the beauty of food and the medicinal effects of eating well.
In our second podcast, Steve talks with Poppy Jamie, TV presenter and mental health activist, about life during Covid and tips to boost our mood and change how we feel. Poppy is founder of Happy Not Perfect (happynotperfect.com), where you can find the Happy Not Perfect app.
In our first podcast, Matt talks to members of the Bromley Mencap Walking and Cycling Club.