All our services are provided by people with personal experience with the barriers Deaf and disabled people face.
Peer Support Form – Bromley Third Sector Enterprise is working in partnership with X by X to deliver Bromley Well’s Peer Support Forum. We are running peer support for people in Bromley living with physical impairments or long term illness but not receiving support and services paid for by Bromley council. This is your chance to have a confidential chat with a friendly member of our team about living with your impairment and see if we can help you find ways to do more of the things you want to do. What do you want to do? X by X can help you get there by sharing personal experience of living with physical disability. You can book a session at our Centre for Independent Living at Lewis House or at an accessible location convenient to you.To book, contact Barry email@example.com or 0208 650 2102
Mystery Shopper – Have you used a service recently and would like to tell us about your experience (good or bad) – contact Barry firstname.lastname@example.org or 0208 650 2102
Resource Bank – This is our online Easy Read Accessible information on benefit and Welfare Reforms Click here
Pushing for Change – open meetings
We have two open meetings per year; where you can have your say and share experiences with other like-minded people across different impairment groups.
- Speaking up/campaigns group for all Deaf and disabled people and carers to come together
- Say what we think to consultations
- Share experiences across different impairment groups and support areas
- Give our views on the things that we think are important
Easy Read translation service – Changing usual documents into easy read by simplifying jargon and adding images to help people understand information. Click here to see our resource bank as an example of our work. Please contact us for a quote.
We offer training in a number of key areas relating to disability and equality:
- Social model of disability
- Disability Equality/Disability Awareness
Peer Information Network
We aim to provide information and help through these media:
- Social networking
- Short Films
- Regular updates on local, Regional, National consultations & events
Radar Keys – we sell genuine Radar keys for disabled people to use in thousands of accessible toilets around the UK.