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We've been out to visit a few mainstream schools recently including an excellent coffee morning at Lady Margaret Primary School.

We are very keen to visit other mainstream schools especially for events geared specifically towards parents of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities. So, if you would like us to visit your child's school then why not ask your SENCO to get in touch with me. We can also invite other members of the Ealing Parent Carer Forum steering group to see if they can attend as well.

We were talking of the 'SEND' acronym earlier today and wondering what it means to parents and carers in general. Any thoughts or opinions would be welcome!

Nick Radclyffe - Website Manager | 08 November 2016 | Email EalingHELP

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Abbeyfields Equestrian Centre
There are lessons during the summer holidays and also pony mornings where a group of children go out together, have a lesson and do some grooming. They have special needs provision. Speak to Sandra regarding special needs riding. Read More
Amanda Action Kids Amanda Action Kids
Amanda's Action Kids classes are energetic, interactive and educational. Using versatile props and modern nursery rhymes, we dance, we sing, we learn through the activities and most importantly of all we have fun! Read More
3H Fund 3H Fund
This charity organises subsidised group holidays for children and adults with physical disabilities with the help of volunteers. The idea is that carers can have a separate holiday or period of respite at the same time.   Read More
Brentford FC Community Sports Trust Brentford FC Community Sports Trust
Although football is the name it's certainly not the only game on offer here. The trust offer a variety of weekend and after school sports clubs including football, kayaking, indoor climbing, kurling, boccia, table tennis and powerchair football.   Read More
Ealing Mencap - Preparing for Adulthood Project
We work with young people who are about to leave school or college and their families. We also work with young people under 25 who are at home with nothing to do. Read More
Allenby Primary School
Allenby has a unit which caters for children who have a severe learning difficulty with autistic spectrum disorder, developmental delay or communication delay. Read More
Preparing for Adulthood
They can provide information, advice and support to young people and their families about their choices - college, work, volunteering, apprenticeships, leisure, short breaks and housing issues. Read More
Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College (EHWLC)
The Supported Learning division at Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College runs programmes for learners with a variety of severe, moderate and profound learning difficulties and disabilities, including Autism, Asperger Syndrome, challenging behaviour, mental health issues and physical disabilitie... Read More
Dramatize Dramatize
Dramatize is a professionally run, fun and friendly drama and dance group. Read More
Ealing Parent Carers Forum Ealing Parent Carers' Forum
Our Ealing Parent Carer Forum was set up to give local parents a voice in planning and delivering services to children with disabilities/additional needs.  Read More
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uberWAV
We've just heard recently that Uber have started a wheelchair accessible service called uberWAV (wheelchair accessible vehicle in case you were wondering). Read More
The Future of At. Anns The Future of At. Ann's
St. Ann's School in Hanwell have decided to open a debate about the future of their school with the suggestion that the present site is sold (to take advantage of the Crossrail premium) and a more suitable school be built with the proceeds. Read More
Here I am Here I am
Learning disability has been invisible for too long. It’s time to see people with a learning disability for all they are and all they can be. Read More
Project Manager at ISAID! Project Manager at ISAID!
Alexandra Weber will be leaving her post as manager of the I SAID service at the end of November after 7 ½ years Read More
A new childrens respite unit in Ealing A new children's respite unit in Ealing
Siobhan Bryer has posted the following information on her petition page about the future of children's respite in Ealing. Read More
Autism Diagnosis Autism Diagnosis
Has your child received a diagnosis of Autism within the last two years? Ealing is being asked to do a Self Assessment of their implementation of the government's Autism Strategy. Essentially they are supposed to report back to central Government how well they are doing and what progress they have ... Read More
Paths to Utopia Paths to Utopia
King’s College London is proud to present an exciting new exhibition called ‘Epilepsy and the science of wiring and firing in the brain.’  Read More
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Quickly check for any important meetings or events here. For other fun and sporty activities go to our events calendar page for more details.

Life in Ealing Minimize
Nov22

How have we been doing?

Whilst looking through some old files I came across this bit of research. Not quite sure of the date... Read More...

Nov08

A smart phone

Luke has had a phone for quite a while now. We bought it originally when he started travel training ... Read More...

Oct13

The first month

I'm delighted that I was accepted for membership. Read More...

Sep14

The shaving, the boils, the nails.

Nick looks back on Luke's first week at St. Johns and how everyone involved is coping! Read More...

Aug19

And now ...

Whilst we were away on our summer holiday we finally received the phone call that we'd been anxiousl... Read More...

Jul19

15 years

Luke is leaving Pield Heath and now ... we wait. Read More...