Destiny Children & Family Support Group

Destiny Children & Family Support Group

The project provides creative social activities for children with Special Educational Needs and disabilities and a Support Group for families who have children with Autism, ADHD, speech and language, social, emotional or other special needs.

The project supports children/young people by offering creative activities and games to build confidence in social communication through learning and play. We help children fulfil their potential by giving opportunities to socialise with other SEND children in social play, sensory activities, structured, leader organised games and arts and craft. The project enables parents, carers and siblings to meet occasionally for open topic discussion; sharing information showing support for one another while children attend our club, enjoying a social environment that is essential in building self esteem and social communication.

The Family Support Group offers opportunities to local parents, siblings and carers of children with special needs to have a short break to socialise and network, gain tips from others and share information to transform how we care for ourselves, each other, and our children. 

We believe with this project, parents/carers will network with each other, making new friendships, sharing the same common issues which in turn make a difference to their wellbeing and mental health knowing that the children are learning something positive in their group.

Creative social activities
Run every Monday
at Mountfield Community Centre
St Mary Cray BR5 3TU
Via Zoom on Wednesdays from 6pm-7pm

The Family Support Group for parents/carers are a parent led forum which is free of charge.

Venue:  Bromley United Reform Church
Tel: 020 3583 3005
Mob: 0795 074 6544






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Delivering our activities

We reach out to young people and adults in the community to positively impact others through sport activities, outreach programs, employability skills, training, tutorial for children with special needs, and the Right Track Programme, which is a mentoring and counselling programme for those affected by drug, alcohol & violence.


Relieve Poverty and Confront Injustice

The purpose of our organisation is to impact the world and inspire communities by helping people to develop their talents and potentials.

Our aim to achieving this will have a positive knock-on effect in transforming the community and will enable people to have a more fulfilling and better life regardless of their circumstances.

Right Track

Right Track is a Drug, Alcohol & Violence Prevention Programme which is run all year round locally - wide through our partner churches and groups. It’s not glamorous and it’s not popular, but youth offending is a massive problem in the UK.

In England and Wales, there are over 10,000 young people, aged 14 to 24, in prison right now. Young people and young adults also have one of the highest re-conviction rates of all offenders: 74% of young adults released from prison will re-offend within one year. The problem is that most young offenders are trapped in an endless cycle of offending: they must not only convince others to give them a second chance, but they must also overcome their own self-doubt, fears, insecurities and negative habits.