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Bromley IASS

Bromley Information,
Advice and Support Service (IASS)

Free, impartial information, advice and support in confidence for Children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities age 0 to 25.

(20+) The Bromley
Children Project

The project is a borough wide service that supports families living in Bromley to create a safe, secure and happy environment for all children, by reaching out to expectant parents, current parents and young people aged up to 18 years; particularly those who are struggling and in need of additional help.

Bromley Mencap

Supporting Disabled People

Bromley Mencap is an independent registered charity working with and on behalf of disabled people.

The Family Support Worker for children and young people with social and communication needs provides advice, guidance and signposting to local and national services for parents and carers who have concerns about their children’s social and communication needs, awaiting assessment or post diagnosis of assessment. The Family Support Worker can attend diagnostic assessments with parents and offer a follow up meeting within two weeks of the diagnostic meeting.

CASPA delivers quarterly workshops for parents and carers which are user-led, focus on the needs of families and include a wide range of autism-specific topics.

Children’s Disability Service

Children’s disability service
London Borough of Bromley

The children’s disability service is a specialist social care team who provide advice and information to families with children who have disabilities and/or additional needs from birth to 18 years.

A team of social workers, social work assistants, a specialist advisor and the social care occupational therapy team support children and young people who have a severe, profound or complex disability that has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on them.

Included in this group are children and young people with severe learning and/or physical disabilities, behaviours that challenge (ASC), health issues, hearing and visual difficulties, communication and learning needs.

Useful Links

The Maypole Project
Supporting children with complex medical needs and helping their families

Welcare | Family-Support Charity
Family Support in Bromley

For kinship carers
The kinship care charity

Embrace difference
METRO Charity

Autism in girls
Autistic Girls Network

Interventions (slam.nhs.uk)
ARFID & Eating Disorders: Maudsley Centre for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders


The CASPA team is made up of passionate and experienced staff and volunteers.

Many are qualified SEN teachers, TAs and subject specialists. We have a diverse team of sports, drama, arts, counseling and youth work professionals to inspire and support our members.