We support people with autism and Asperger syndrome within a range of different services.
Burgess Autistic Trust
On 1 April 2018, Burgess Autistic Trust, which was part of the mcch group, merged fully with mcch. The services stay the same, although they are now called mcch.
We have 2 registered care homes, one is in Leyton and the other is in Sidcup. Both services are registered with the Care Quality Commission, who monitor the quality of our support services. Many people with autism also access learning disability services, of which we have many spread across London and the South-East. If we have any vacancies within these services, they will be advertised on our accommodation vacancies pages.
We have 4 supported living services in the Bromley area. Each service is different in size, supporting 3-8 tenants, and they are in community settings. If we have any vacancies within these services, they will be advertised on our accommodation vacancies pages.
Jubilee Day service
We run a day centre in Bromley weekdays from 9am until 4pm. We run sessions to give you greater independence, like daily living skills, literacy and numeracy, cookery and healthy eating, arts and crafts and community activities, like swimming and bowling. All activity sessions aim to encourage accesss to the community and build confidence.
Lewisham cookery workshops
We run cookery workshops for Lewisham residents from our Hub (in Beckenham).
Outreach training workshops
We received funding in early 2018 to run workshops from our Hub (in Beckenham). If you are interested in taking part, please contact us.
We have a well-stocked library with over 1,500 books and resources on autism-related subjects. You can become a member of our library, which is at our Hub in Beckenham, and access it from Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm.
The Hub - where we are
243-247 Beckenham Road