Our vision is an accessible world for deaf people, with barriers to participation and opportunity removed.
Our mission is to empower deaf people to take control of their own lives, by developing their potential and supporting them to achieve independence.

deafPLUS provides health & wellbeing activities.

Our work tackles health inequalities and social isolation amongst D/deaf and hard of hearing people.  We provide various activities, workshops, training and courses that is available for clients, families and health professionals to crucially improve access for deaf and hard of hearing community.

We provide various type of activities, such as:

  • Health workshops
  • Family holiday activities
  • Coffee mornings
  • Deaf Awareness Training for health professionals
  • Lipreading classes
  • Arts and crafts events
  • Befriender support

Macular Society Bromley Support Group

Our groups provide information and support to those with macular disease, their family and friends. Each one is a welcoming and compassionate place to learn about the support available, build your confidence, and better understand your own macular disease. And, of course, it’s a chance to make new friends who really understand what sight loss is like. The group meets on the first Tuesday of every month (except January and August) from 10am to 12pm at the Bromley Town Church.

Contact: 01264 560259

Kent Association for the Blind (KAB) – Bromley

Working with over 12,500 people in Kent and the surrounding areas, we works to prevent avoidable sight loss, deliver excellent support services and enable people to get involved and live independently. We understand that everyone’s needs are different, and we provide a comprehensive range of support services to help people maintain their day to day lives. This ranges from rehabilitation to equipment and social clubs depending on the individual needs of each person.

Email: or Phone: 020 8464 8406