A guide to council services in Ealing Minimize

A guide to all the services provided by Ealing Council for disabled children in the key areas of Health, Housing, Education and Social Services.

Make sure you read the section on ESCAN the centralised Ealing Service for Children with Additional Needs.

Health

When you have a child with a disability there are many services which you may need.

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Education

What schools are available for your child? Also includes a large advice section.

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Social Services

Find out about how to find our whether your child is eligible and what care is available.

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Housing

Help with housing concerns, including adaptation of your existing property.

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ESCAN

ESCAN is the central referral point for all children and young adults with disabilities in Ealing.

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Local Offer

View our portal that links straight through to Ealing.gov for all the information on the Local Offer.

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Coston Primary School

Has a Primary Support Base unit which caters for a small group of statemented children with a range of learning difficulties and/or behavioural difficulties. The children participate in the mainstream environment wherever possible.

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EGFL Find a Person

EGFL Find a Person

The Ealing Grid for Learning have a very useful personnel directory. From here you can search for some key people in Ealing LA or schools.

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Insights Independent School

Insights school and skills academy provides a specialized education and training for pupils, students and young people who are experiencing difficulties in mainstream learning environments and social settings.

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Early Years Action Plus

If your child does not make enough progress in Early Years Action, their teacher or SENCO should talk to you about getting extra help from. This could be from, for example, a specialist teacher or a speech therapist. 

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Early Support Keyworking Service

Early Support is a government initiative that provides the opportunity to develop new and more coordinated ways of working with young children with disabilities and their families. A keyworker can be allocated to families who meet with a lot of professionals for their child.

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