Better together - share your views

Shaping Autism in Bromley

The Bromley All-Age Autism Partnership ( BAAP) brings together children and young people with Autistic Spectrum Condition, their parents, carers, professionals and voluntary sector representatives. They aim to influence and improve services for young people and adults with autism across Bromley and to raise awareness of ASC.

If you would like to share your views to help identify the main priorities for Autism in Bromley please complete one of  the partnership's  surveys. This should take no more than five minutes but will contribute to how services are shaped in the future.

This survey will close on the 20 April 2020

Child, young,person adult

Parent or carer

Shaping your Local Offer

We want everyone to have a say in developing services across Bromley and to help us make our Local Offer better. You can make your ideas count by:

  • telling us what you think
  • sharing your knowledge
  • giving us your suggestions

To give us your views visit www.bromley.gov.uk/localofferfeedbackform

You can also email your ideas or suggestions to localoffer@bromley.gov.uk

You can download our Local Offer leaflet

SEND engagement

We want to put the voice of our children and young people who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and their families at the heart of what we do. Ensuring that they are engaged actively in planning and evaluating the services they need is everyone’s business.

We have developed our SEND engagement framework to improve how we ask for, collect and use feedback from our children and young people and their parents or carers.

The document sets out our framework, 'Inform. Involve. Influence.', to describe ways of working which engage children, young people and their parents and carers in discussions and decisions relating to them, shaping the services they need. 

The framework

Download the SEND Engagement Framework 

Find out how we are working to strengthen our engagement with children and young people