[wpseo_breadcrumb]

Advice for those aged 16 to 25

You can talk to us about support at school or college

– and any extra help you need with your learning

Scroll down to read more

If you have a special educational need or a disability, we can help you with:

Learning and education

Staying healthy and well

Feeling included in your community

Becoming an independent adult

Scroll down to read more

Our advice

We are impartial which means we can meet you in private and won’t take sides

– no-one will be told about the things we talk about unless you give us permission or if we have concerns about your safety.

Learning and studying

Stay at school or move to a college?

Need help with money?

Get help into employment and training?

Make the right decision for you.

Getting out and about

Find places to go.

See what’s on.

And find out how to get there.

Keeping healthy and well

Get active and keep moving.

Look after your body.

And find help when you need it.

Emotional and mental health

Tips to help keep your mind active.

Find help and support online.

And what to do in an emergency.

Relationships and friends

Support with friendships.

Help to develop relationships.

And learn what unhealthy relationships look like.

Employment and working

See what options you have.

Find a job that you’ll enjoy.

And see what support you can get.

Using money well and benefits

See how you can manage your money.

Practice using money well.

And learn what benefits you might be able to apply for.

Living independently

Get help to find a home.

Find the support you need.

And learn what options you have.

Competitions with the Glebe

Since 2017 we have worked with Glebe School students to co-produce resources for us.

Call

020 8461 7630

Text

07970 595 739

Email

iass@bromley.gov.uk

Further reading

You might these websites useful:

The Bromley Local Offer

Information about local services, support and activities.

Preparing for Adulthood programme

The programme provides expertise and support to local authorities and their partners to embed preparing for adulthood from the earliest years.