Information on recent developments concerning education and health, benefits, activities, short breaks, respite and grants.

Find a solicitor – The Law Society


Find a solicitor is a free service from The Law Society for anyone looking for information about organisations or people providing legal services in England and Wales that are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (RA). Find a Solicitor takes data held by the SRA, which we adapt and add additional information to, and present through an easy-to-use search. Please click here to access.


National Autistic Society

Choosing between mainstream and special school

This can be one of the biggest decisions a parent may face when deciding on an appropriate education for their autistic child or young person, to read more click here

Special Needs Jungle



A parent-led information resources and informed opinion about children and young people 0-25.

Interactive Autism Network


Therapies and Treatments for Autism


“What do I do next?” This is a question that has undoubtedly been asked by every parent of a child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In many cases, it comes after the “What is autism?” and “How did it happen? Unfortunately, just as with the first two questions, the answer isn’t very satisfying. Although many treatments and therapies are proposed to help, few have been studied enough to know whether they really do (or don’t) work, and for which children. This reality is frustrating and confusing for families and professionals caring for children with ASD. To read more please click here.


Please click here for a list of activities that was recently put together by

Pelin Ahmet,
Specialist Information and Development Officer,
Disabled Children’s Team
London Borough of Bromley

Tel: 020 8313 4511 | Mob: 07850 923 088 

For useful information accessible on Bromley Parent Voice website, please click here.

IASS – Information and Advice Support Services 

Advice and support service (IASS) for children and young
people with SEND (and their parents and carers) is now holding drop-in sessions at
the Central Library on Thursday evenings 5 to 7pm.  The new drop-in time is aiming
to improve accessibility in the hope it will be useful for those who would like to
find out more about IASS, but prefer talking in person rather than via email or over
the phone.

Please click here for a leaflet

Please click here for a leaflet publication

Additional Autism resources

Learning to ‘drive with Autism

Sensory play and accessibility – How to Create a Backyard Sanctuary for Kids with Disabilities by HomeAdvisor

Accommodations for Students with Autism
Guide to Better Sleep for Kids with Autism
Autism Resource Center
Creating an Autism Friendly Home
Autism Support Network Resources
Planning a Move with Autism
30 Ways to Celebrate Autism Awareness Month
Autism and Travel

General information on education, benefits, short breaks, respite and grants

(Please also take a look at our events page for information on local activities within the Borough of Bromley).