Have Your Say

Here you will find questionnaires and surveys for you to complete relating to services for our families, links to local and national consultations currently taking place and BPV’s responses.

There is also an option for you to send us your interests, requests and ideas on what you would like available. This will help us for future planning.

Understanding children and young people’s experiences in Bromley
Bromley CCG is asking children and young people to share their experiences of health and care services in Bromley – so that they can improve them in the future.  They also want to find out the best ways to help keep children and young people safe from harm and support their wellbeing.

If you are aged 11 to 18, or know someone who is, and you live in Bromley please tell us your views by completing our online survey:https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/cypbromley
You can also:

  • Email  to request a hard copy of the survey at: BROCCG.PatientQuery@nhs.net
  • Invite Bromley CCG to come and talk to a group you might be part of
  • Phone them on: 02075252216

The survey closes on Monday, 4th of December 2017

Questionnaires will be added when available.

Click here to see current Local and National Consultations

Have Your Say

As parents of disabled children or children with special educational needs we know our children the best. Bromley Parent Voice aims to give parents a voice, offer mutual support, raise awareness of unmet needs and the difficulties children and young people with additional needs and disabilities and their families face.

If you have a concern or an idea about services or support for your child you can share it here.  A member of the BPV team will get back to you.

We would also love to celebrate successes and share examples of good practice. Please share these with us!

Get in touch by emailing us at info@bromleyparentvoice.org.uk or call on  07803 287 838

Recent legislation and guidance on health and social care highlights the need for user consultation and participation. By encouraging parents and children to give feedback about how they experience services, professionals can use this information to develop services that better meets families’ needs. There is growing evidence that this in turn leads to more contented parents and a more cost effective service.

Bromley Parent Voice recognises that it is not always easy to get your voice heard as parents. We have run a training day on “Getting your Voice Heard” and one of the workshops at our conference also looked at this issue. You can download the training notes by clicking here.

We have also produced an advice sheet for parents & carers which you can view by clicking here.