Local Offer leisure and activities
Often referred to as “respite” short breaks provide opportunities for disabled children and young people 0 – 18 to have enjoyable experiences away from their primary carers, contributing to their social inclusion and personal and social development. They also provide the parents and carers of disabled children and young people with a necessary and valuable break from their caring responsibilities.
The My Max Card is a discount card for families of children with disabilities. It can help you save money on great days out at castles, zoos, bowling alleys and more.
The centres are places where children can make friends and learn as they play. Parents and carers can access professional advice on health and family matters, learn about training and job opportunities or just socialise with other people.
This program runs throughout the year and is for young people from Year 6 up until the age of 19 (25 if you have a disability). BYSP brings together different services for young people.
The following clubs and activities are offered by organisations in and around Bromley. Please contact the provider directly to enquire about the availability of clubs, dates and times, age ranges and pricing.
During the coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic some services will have changed the way they operate. Please check with the provider to ensure that clubs/activities are still available.
Bromley Council do not endorse these clubs and activities by including them on this list. Please make sure that you have made your own enquiries about the suitability of each club or activity for your child or young person before attending.
One choir is a fully inclusive SEN choir where you will learn the skills required to sing in a group and develop your musicianship skills.
Cricket for children aged 8 – 19 with physical and learning difficulties
A scout group for young people who are unable to access mainstream scouting due to their additional needs.
Tennis and ball games
Outdoor sports and activities
Cinemas in Bromley
People with profound and multiple learning disabilities, as well people with other physical disabilities often need extra equipment and space to allow them to use the toilets safely and comfortably. These needs are met by Changing Places toilets.