Bromley Parent Voice (BPV) is working with the London Borough of Bromley and a range of partners from across the local area to ensure we have well-planned support and services that meet the needs of children and young people (birth-25) who have special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and their families.
As part of the SEND Strategic Vision and Priorities (2018-19) to deliver better outcomes for children and young people with SEND, BPV are seeking your views on the services that you and your child/young person currently use.
Your views are very important and will help us to reflect the views of a wide group of parents as LB Bromley and partners plan, commission and evaluate the services. It will also help us to represent your views as part if the Local Area SEND Review from Ofsted and Care Quality Commission inspection.
We are collecting this information as part of our commitment to comply with the SEND code of practice and the Children and Families Act 2014. We are obliged to engage with parents and young people who receive the service to help review and develop the local offer. The information provided by you in this survey will be used for research purposes. It will not be used in a manner which would allow identification of your individual responses. Anonymised data will be kept for one year and used only for the purposes of improving the service.
Please take the time to complete the survey. It should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
You are receiving this email because you have a child/children that receive SEND service from London Borough of Bromley. If you do not wish to receive requests to participate in these surveys please contact Kay Moore, Children, Young Person and Parent SEND Lead, LB Bromley (email@example.com)
Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) ran a survey on the views of people who use blood taking services in Bromley. 219 replies were received for the phlebotomy survey. The result of which is that the Governing body have agreed that access to the service needs to be improved and a new strategy will be developed.
A summary of the outcomes of the phlebotomy project can be found on the Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group website [external website].
If you would like to keep involved in the progress or would like to join our Patient Advisory Group please email Broccg.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bromley Council ran a survey a survey to understand what it is like to live with dementia (or care for someone who has dementia) in the borough.
This survey is being carried out to inform the Adult Services Stakeholder Conference – Living Well with Dementia in Bromley being held in November 2015.
You can find out more about the survey on the Bromley – a Dementia Friendly Community? page on this website.
Bromley Council ran a survey on the Proposed Changes to the Council’s Non-Residential Contribution Policy during early 2015.
You can find out more about the survey, including the feedback and results which were presented to the Care Services Portfolio Holder on Thursday 26 March 2015, on the Non-Residential Contribution Policy Survey 2015 page on this website.
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